Proposed changes to civil procedures by an appointed commission will transform and not merely reform the justice system, said Judge of Appeal Steven Chong, who noted the public will be consulted on the proposals.
Some of the moves include having judges play a more active role in civil cases, removing archaic terms and using plain English instead, and giving litigants an idea of the fixed cost involved in court proceedings to help them decide whether to proceed.
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