What permissions can be assigned to eOrganisation members?
Permissions allow the eOrganisation administrator to set different access for individual members. For example, an eOrganisation may have assigned two delegates to a Legal Practitioner. One of these delegates is required to file forms, while the other is only required to view case information.
There are three types of permissions:
- Add or remove users in an eOrganisation
- Allocate or remove delegates for legal practitioners (legal firms) or authorised officers (non-legal firms)
- Change the permissions of users in an eOrganisation
- Users with this permission can file documents online
Get Case Information
- Legal practitioners have this permission by default and can view their cases where their PCN (Practising Certificate Number) has been assigned to the case
- Authorised officers have this permission by default and can view cases which they are party to
- Delegate users who have this permission can view legal practitioners (legal firm) or an authorised officer’s (non-legal firm) case information
To find out how to add a user to an eOrganisation and set permissions, visit the How do I add a user to an eOrganisation? FAQ.