The meaning of implementing an electronic processing law in Chile was not limited only to the management of court cases-do away with paper files, save more space in the courts and, in general, foster an efficient work-, but also provided a conception of the administration of justice which is distant from the traditional understanding of the judicial work as a simple law application. In this article, along with identifying the internal and external background for this procedural reform as well as the changes made in the civil justice, one of the most complex approaches of this non-traditional conception of the relationship between justice and citizenship is analyzed: the role of the Supreme Court in the creation of the procedural rales through autos acordados [= an order emanating from some superior tribunal, promulgated in the name and by the authority of the sovereign].
|Translated title of the contribution||No more pages. Procedural rules, autos acordados and electronic processing in Chile|
|Number of pages||40|
|Journal||Revista de Derecho Privado|
|State||Published - 1 Jul 2017|