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To begin using online services, you need to register an account with the NSW Courts and Tribunals Online Registry.
To register, you need to specify your role.
If you are representing yourself in a matter, you will need to create an account via the Online Registry website prior to filing an application online.
If you are filing for the first time on behalf of an organisation, an authorised officer nominated by your organisation will need to register an electronic organisation (eOrganisation) for your organisation, department or agency. The purpose of this is to allow delegated users within your organisation to file forms on behalf of your organisation.
Any person within that organisation who needs to act on behalf of that matter will also need to register as an individual via Online Registry. The nominated authorised officer will then need to add them as delegates in the eOrganisation structure. For more information see the NSW Online Registry - eOrganisation Overview.
When you register you need to specify if:
you are a solicitor on the record; or
you access matters on behalf of a solicitor on the record.
If you are both a solicitor on the record, and access matters on behalf of a solicitor on the record, you will need to register twice.
Resources to help you register
Guides are available in the NSW Online Registry to help you register. You will find help pages about how to register as an individual, as an organisation and which user type to choose in the FAQs section of the Online Registry.
07 Dec 2022
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