The many innovations contained in the provisions of the Law on the Modernization of Justice (LMJ) in Benin, were presented yesterday at private sector and Beninese justice actors at the Novotel Orisha in Cotonou. It is thanks to an Afterwork co-organized by the Sévérin ministers QUENUM from Justice and Legislation, and Romuald WADAGNI from Economy and finances. Improving the business climate remains a leitmotif of the government. In Benin, the exercise of commercial justice has evolved a lot. Everything is done to allow users to have easier access to the public service of the justice. Thus, the promulgation on April 23, 2020 of the Law on modernization of justice in Benin, has led to unprecedented advances in the Trade Law. Today, Benin has a judicial organization trade that allows players to work in a more peaceful way by always being more demanding on the responsibility which is theirs. According to Illyass SINA Technical advisor for monitoring reforms of the Minister of Economy and Finance, the attractiveness of the system judicial process is a decisive factor for investors and development. This is what the government understood by initiating a battery reforms for better management of commercial disputes. An act that materialized by the creation of the Cotonou Commercial Court with the establishment of the Directory of Movable Securities which allows economic operators to register in an online database the movable declarations. According to the President of the Cotonou Commercial Court, William KODJOH-KPAKPASSOU, new dispute management mechanisms sales representatives have led to the digitization of commercial procedures by setting up a platform for managing procedures. From now on, it is possible to make, thanks to the platform, the online enrollment of the originating documents, to pay online the procedural costs, to produce automated hearing rolls but also, to proceed with the follow-up of the files by the litigants by SMS and also on the website of the court of Cotonou trade at the address www.tribunalcommercecotonou.bj. In reality, the reforms in the resolution of trade disputes in Benin are articulated around seven main points namely: -the compulsory pre-trial conference; – the existence of a financial incentive mechanism for Amicable conciliation; – the limitation of the number of forwarding to 2 maximum; – the digitalization of procedures in the commercial court (referral online court); – Free registration of court decisions commercial value less than 10 million; – supervision of the costs of expert missions judicial; – online publication of commercial case law. For his part, the Minister of Justice and legislation, Sévérin QUENUM recalled that the government’s actions in matters of commercial justice are significant and provide reassurance Investors. ” It’s our contribution to the modernization of justice to give more satisfaction to all those who take the step to seize it, ”he insisted.