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Use of Online Services.

The Judiciary makes Online Services available for your personal and/or business purposes. You agree to use information provided to you through your use of Online Services solely for those purposes and only in accordance with these Terms and Conditions. You agree that you will not remove any proprietary rights notices, modify the information or make it available to third parties through a networked computer environment, or make any additional representations or warranties regarding the information. You acknowledge that the information is sourced from the Judiciary and is subject to copyright. You must be authorised if you wish to use these services on someone else’s behalf.



By using this website and any Online Services, you agree to the Judiciary collecting information about you (including information about transactions processed by you). Any such information collected shall be dealt with in accordance with applicable law and rules of the Courts.


The Judiciary may disclose information about you (including your identity) to a third party if (a) disclosure is necessary to carry out the Online Services, (b) the Judiciary is requested to do so in the course of a criminal or other legal investigation, or (c) the Judiciary determines that disclosure is necessary in connection with any complaint regarding your use of this site.



Certain documents can be made confidential and a request can be made for the same. The final discretion for making the document confidential lies with the Judiciary. Further details can be obtained by contacting the respective Court Registry.


Consent for us to receive and store information in electronic form.

By using this website and any Online Services you agree to provide information and documents by electronic means and to the standards required for the relevant transaction. It also means you agree and understand that the information will be retained in electronic form. The Judiciary does not store credit card information.


Consent for us to provide you with information in electronic form.

By using the Online Services you agree to receive information by electronic means. Where information is requested by another person, the requesting party is deemed to be the recipient’s agent and is presumed to have obtained the consent of the recipient to receive the information in electronic format.