The court list search service now lets you search for cases up to three weeks in advance and one week in the past. You can search for cases on the web, or search court lists by downloading apps for Android or iOS devices.
More than 55 civil forms and several crime forms are available for online filing. See the list of available forms.
Community Justice Centres (CJC) provide a FREE mediation service to help resolve almost any kind of dispute. You can access mediation directly before you lodge your court forms - just call 1800 990 777 or visit www.cjc.justice.nsw.gov.au.
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You can now prepare multiple subpoenas for the same case before paying for them.
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The most recent additions to our suite of videos include Online Court and How to file a Notice of Motion to pay by Instalments.
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Legal practitioners who are registered with the Online Registry website, and all registered users who have matters in the Land and Environment Court, can now access Online Court to manage interlocutory or procedural matters in New South Wales.
The service allows parties in a case to make, consent or counter requests for civil matters in the:
Each jurisdiction has its own procedures to be followed in Online Court, as well as specific cut-off times. When you login to use the service, you can select your jurisdiction from the drop-down list on your dashboard. Once you have made or responded to a request, an officer of the court will make an order or message the parties.
You should check your dashboard regularly to find out if orders have been made, or whether you will need to attend court.