DELHI, APRIL 1:It has been the endeavour of the Department of Legal Affairs to strengthen its digital infrastructure capacity both in terms of the hardware and the use of e-tools. In this regard, every officer/official is provided with complete set of computer systems. Further, to promote ease of filing of notary application and related processes, an exclusive web portal namely Notary Online Application Portal (NOAP) has been envisaged which will make the procedure of inviting application for appointment of notariesand issuance of certificate of practice in online mode.Further, Legal Information Management and Briefing System (LIMBS), a web based application has been created for uploading of information by the respective Ministries/Depart ments and monitoring of court cases where Union of India is one of the parties. The LIMBS Version 2.0,an upgraded version of LIMBS has been made operational in association with NIC.
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On the basis of feedback received to streamline notary appointment process,the Notary Online Application Portal (NOAP)incorporateskey features of uploading of annual returns, specimen signature and payments of statutory fees through e-Bharat Kosh payment gateway on web page etc.
This information was given by the Union Minister of Law and Justice, Shri Kiren Rijiju in a written reply in Lok Sabha today.