Justice is sometimes for the rich

Justice is not universal. It cannot save everyone and everything. Indeed, judges and judicial institutions are only human, even if they are subject to great moral appeal and scrutiny. But the courts are indeed overburdened. Fewer people, many things and issues. For example, in one unspecified court, a simple trial takes only six months. That is only the beginning, and the whole process can be protracted. Society does not take this lightly. At the end of every trial, the greatest reward is paid. But even before that, it is not easy at all.
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Fees are set to take the pressure off the system

Why are fees charged for court proceedings in the first place, when justice and advocacy of interests should be available to all? It is to avoid unnecessary burdens on the courts. In fact, the court is obligated to hear and at least render a reasoned decision, no matter how silly and illogical the submissions may be. In other words, if Kushemilek and Vochomulka had written a lawsuit seeking payment of the purchase price and named the Tramutary State as a defendant, the court would have had to consider and respond at least for a few minutes (perhaps by dismissing the lawsuit for irreparable procedural defects). But if a court fee (the fee is either flat or calculated on the amount of the suit) is imposed on the proceedings, no one dares to send a “fluff answer,” and in short, one can sue for any trivial matter.
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Trials can be very “expensive”

Those who want to have a court order granted have to pay. At least until they win their case and recover their right to costs from the other side. Worse, however, is when justice is on the side of the person, but he or she loses and has to pay all costs and damages. That would be difficult to do on the spur of the moment and on an employee\’s salary. There are options for exactly such a case,to get skin in the game without having to reach into one\’s reserves or one\’s children\’s college fund.