In an effort to streamline dispute resolutions outside a courtroom, Delaware’s busiest court has started using a new online mediation tool for litigants.

The Justice of the Peace Court’s online dispute resolution system is now mandatory for all parties with landlord-tenant disputes filed since July 1 and is expected to eventually open to litigants in debt cases and later all the approximately 35,000 civil cases filed with the court each year.

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