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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.

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Which forms can you file online?

More than 55 civil forms and several crime forms are available for online filing. See the list of available forms.

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Services will be unavailable on Saturday 28 November 2015

Due to scheduled maintenance, Online Registry services will be unavailable Saturday 28 November 2015, and resume Sunday, 29 November 2015.

Affected services includes probate notice search and publication, all online forms, XML filing and the NSW Court List Search app.

Speedier subpoena filing

You can now prepare multiple subpoenas for the same case before paying for them.

Watch this video about how to How to issue a subpoena on one or more recipients.

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Watch other 'how to' videos

The most recent additions to our suite of videos include Online Court and How to file a Notice of Motion to pay by Instalments.

If you are new to the Online Registry website, take a look at our most popular video content which includes how to register when representing yourself, file a Statement of Claim online or make Licence and Registration Appeals and more. Watch videos.

Need legal help?

Call LawAccess NSW on 1300 888 529

It is not always easy to represent yourself and losing a case or making mistakes in a court case could lead to orders that you pay costs. 

LawAccess NSW is a free government telephone service that provides legal information, referrals and in some cases, advice for people who have a legal problem in NSW.

Online Court - Have you opted in?

Solicitors and their delegates who are registered users of the Online Registry website and have matters listed for Defence Call-over at the Local Court, General Division at John Maddison Tower in Sydney, can now access their matters in Online Court.

Online Court is a new digital service which removes the need and associated costs of appearing in court in person to deal with preliminary interlocutory matters. Read our FAQs for more information, or watch a video demonstration.

Google Chrome is best

This website works best with Google Chrome. If you regularly file forms via XML, we recommend using Mozilla Firefox or Apple Safari web browsers as Google Chrome no longer supports Java, which is necessary for this function. More about browser and system requirements.