Ten judicial e-services and five interactive elements have been added to the portal by the Saudi Ministry of Justice (MoJ), allowing users to examine related proceedings and scheduled appointment sessions immediately.

According to the MoJ these modifications have been made to save the users’ time and effort and increase the amount of services available remotely in line with the judiciary’s goal for continual development. Furthermore, these updates allow customers to monitor the most recent developments in their cases and include guidance for each type of application. And lastly they expand search criteria, create a filings index, and simplify available possibilities. Additionally, they offer adaptable tools for modifying apps for questioning decisions.

Currently notarization, law enforcement, court proceedings and more than 140 other judicial e-services are available through the ministry’s Najiz portal.