Appear in Court thru Video Conferencing System: Recommendation for an Islamic Finance Perspective


Technology in court
Video Conference
Muamalat Court
Islamic Finance

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Dahlan, N. K. (2019). Appear in Court thru Video Conferencing System: Recommendation for an Islamic Finance Perspective. Asia Proceedings of Social Sciences, 4(3), 113-116.


Technologies applied in court is considered as a new type of method to settle dispute. Settlement of any dispute thru technology in court shall benefit all; Judges, Lawyers and parties concerned. Malaysian court especially in Sabah and Sarawak have dealt civil dispute cases thru technology approach. These development shows promising ways to decrease backlog cases that had been experienced in courts throughout the years. Hence, this paper suggested that the technology method apply in civil court particularly in Sabah and Sarawak court should adopted too in the Islamic finance disputes. It is important for everyone’s future that we study the current technology in order to develop more effective settlement for Islamic Finance dispute for Malaysia.


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