The Single Board will unify the judicial edicts through the BOE. Communications will be accessible for four months.
The Government has approved a Royal Decree Law to speed up and facilitate the communication of judicial edicts. The objective is to advance in the process of modernization and digitization of the Administration of Justice, since the Board seeks the full computerization and unification of the publication of judicial edicts, ending the dispersion on physical bulletin boards in different official gazettes.
The electronic publication of the Single Edictal Board will be integrated into the Official State Gazette (BOE) together with the already existing Board for the notification announcements made by the Public Administrations.
A global notification model will be configured, in which the two bulletin boards – judicial and administrative – will be offered from the BOE platform, while maintaining their own independence and singularities.
To guarantee the right to the protection of personal data, access to the Board will only be possible for four months from publication.
In addition, it will be equipped with a search system on the Board and also, after electronic identification -by means of the DNI-e or Cl @ ve-, it will be possible to subscribe to an informative alert system and consult all the edicts of which a Determined NIF. These services, provided by the BOE State Agency, will be free.
The Board may also be consulted through the electronic judicial offices of the Ministry of Justice and the Autonomous Communities. And, in addition, it is also being developed, as a service of the electronic judicial headquarters, the possibility that the recipients of a communication act can consult the resolution issued from the private area of the judicial headquarters, after electronic identification.
Law 3/2020, of September 18, on procedural and organizational measures to deal with COVID-19 in the field of the Administration of Justice, modifies article 35 of that of Law 18/2011, of July 5, regulating of the use of information and communication technologies in the Administration of Justice, which establishes that the publication of resolutions and communications that by legal provision must be posted on the notice board, as well as the publication of procedural communication acts that must be object of insertion in the Official Gazette of the State, in that of the Autonomous Community or in that of the respective province, they will be replaced in all jurisdictional orders by their publication in the sole Judicial Edictal Board provided for in article 236 of Organic Law 6 / 1985, of July 1, of the Judicial Power.