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Court services and processes are changing to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Specific measures are in place at courts and tribunals to reduce the risk of spread of COVID-19.
Courts and tribunals have measures in place to conduct proceedings without the need for attending where possible.
You do not need to attend a Court or Tribunal unless you:
Do not attend a court or tribunal if you:
Registrars and Sheriff’s officers may deny entry or request any person to leave a building. You must follow the directions of Registrars and Sheriff's officers.
Further information is provided on this page and in the links below.
You can find further information below, including contact details for specific courts.
The health and wellbeing of all court and tribunal users is the paramount consideration for NSW Courts and Tribunals. Measures and precautions are being taken to minimise the risk of transmission of COVID-19.
Access is restricted to certain people and some proceedings may be conducted remotely or online.
The measures and arrangements in place may differ for NSW courts and tribunals. Further information on the arrangements in place can be found on the relevant courts and tribunals websites, or by contacting the court or tribunal directly. Follow the links below to find out more:
For useful information or legal support, visit the Legal services and support page.
13 Apr 2023