15-08 – New NSW Online Registry for court services to save time and money
What’s new or changing
- Councils can now access court services more cheaply and quickly via a new NSW Online Registry.
What this will mean for your council
- Council staff may wish to register for the Online Registry to allow rapid access to court documents, judgments and orders and to file Court Attendance Notices.
- Accessing court services online will save councils time and money with particular benefits for councils in regional and remote areas.
- Authorised representatives of Councils can now access some court services at http://www.onlineregistry.lawlink.nsw.gov.au.
- Court Attendance Notices can be filed online through this service for Commonwealth and NSW State matters.
- The Online Registry also allows registered users to track case progress, view and download court sealed documents online and by email, check for judgments and orders and request judgment copies.
- To use the Online Registry authorised council staff should register through the website. Registered users will need to pass an identity check.
- Filing and other court fees can also be paid online by credit or debit card or direct debit
Where to go for further information
- Further information about the Online Registry and how to register can be obtained by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or online at: http://www.onlineregistry.lawlink.nsw.gov.au.
Acting Chief Executive