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versión On-line ISSN 0718-8072

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RIEGO, Cristian  y  LILLO, Ricardo. ¿WHAT HAVE BEEN TOLD ABOUT THE FUNCTIONING OF THE CIVILJUSTICE IN CHILE?: CONTRIBUTIONS FOR THE REFORM. RChDP [online]. 2015, n.25, pp.9-54. ISSN 0718-8072.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-80722015000200001.

In recent years, there is a growing consensus on the necessity of a civil justice reform. This consensus has crystallized into various proposals that until today are under legislative discussion. Notwithstanding, a deeper analysis on the functioning of the civil justice in the country, particularly the precise identification of its problems, is an urgent need to meet if we expect for a success of the public policy in this area. For these purposes, this article aims to account for the main critics that exist in the literature on the subject and systematize them according to four categories: existing barriers for accessing to civil justice, procedural design and the excessive written character of the civil procedure, lack of heterogeneity of civil filings, and the length of these cases. Finally, future research areas are identified to serve the necessity of the minimum diagnosis required to strengthen the discussion on civil justice reform in Chile.

Palabras clave : Civil Justice; Civil Procedure; Access to Justice; Delay; Delegation of judicial tasks.

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