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Introduction

If you’re a party to a case in the NSW Local, District or Supreme Court, you can use the NSW Online Registry website to:

  • search for cases
  • view case information
  • download case documents (such as judgements and court orders)
  • view court dates.

You’ll need a NSW Online Registry account to do this.

Eligibility

You must be a party involved in a case, or their authorised representative, such as:

  • an individual who is representing themselves
  • the authorised officer of an organisation, or their delegate
  • a barrister or solicitor, or their delegate.

What you need

  • your login details
  • your search terms (such as the party's surname or company name, case number, jurisdiction).

To create an account, you’ll need your:

  • name
  • date of birth
  • residential address
  • user type (such as solicitor, self-represented individual, small business owner)
  • 2-4 proof of identity documents (such as driver licence, passport, Medicare card, birth certificate)
  • practising certificate number (if applicable).

How to search

  1. Select the 'Search online' button.
  2. Log in to the NSW Online Registry, or create your account.
  3. Follow the prompts to search for a case.
  4. Select the relevant case and the appropriate tab to view different types of information.
  5. If you cannot find your case, select the ‘Find your case’ button.

More information

Case information available on the NSW Online Registry includes:

  • filed forms and documents
  • judgements and orders
  • details of proceedings
  • court listings and appearances
  • a list of subpoenaed items which may be used as evidence.
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