15 Mar 2024

Introducing Registered eDelivery!


Justikal utilizes trust services to securely transmit sensitive documents between parties, ensuring that only authorized individuals can access them. The process is very simple:

  1. The sender uploads a document and provides the recipient's name, social security number, and email address.
  2. Next, the sender selects a deadline by which the document must be delivered and may request that the recipient electronically signs the document to confirm receipt.
  3. Finally, the sender can include a message to the recipient along with the document.
  4. The recipient receives an email from Justikal containing a link to the document and is prompted to verify their identity using an electronic ID in order to access the document's contents.
  5. If the sender has requested an electronic signature, the recipient proceeds to sign the document.
  6. The sender ultimately receives a delivery report once the document has been successfully delivered. Furthermore, they can track the progress within Justikal, including whether the recipient has verified their identity, received the document, and signed it, if required.

Our objective is consistently focused on improving efficiency, and we are excited to see how this new feature will positively impact the market.


 When utilizing the service for serving summons, users must ensure the following:

  1. That the summons contains a declaration stating that a copy of it has been delivered, if it is served for the defendant personally which he needs to sign. If the summons is served a Supreme Court attorney or district court attorney on behalf of the defendant then attorney needs to sign a a declaration of the same type in which it is also stated that the defendant has commissioned him or her with attending the court for him or her when the case is registered.
  2. That the sender selects the option “Request signature from the recipient".

Additionally, users are reminded to comply with the provisions outlined in Chapter XIII of the Code of Civil Procedure No. 91/1991 regarding the serving of summons. It is imperative that users adhere to any specific requirements stipulated by law concerning the manner in which documents should be served.