High Court Registry Contact

To obtain a printed copy of any of the forms, please contact the Manager, Public Information, by completing the fields below. The High Court has unlimited original jurisdiction to hear civil or criminal proceedings under any statute and any other original jurisdiction conferred on it by law. It also has original jurisdiction over all matters arising out of or concerning the interpretation of our Constitution. It is the Court of contested returns in parliamentary elections. In addition, it is responsible for hearing and deciding appeals from lower courts. High Court Criminal Registry: hccrimsuva.judiciaryfiji@gmail.com Civil Registry of the High Court: hccivilsuva.judiciaryfiji@gmail.com Lautoka High Court Registry: ltkahighct.judiciaryfiji@gmail.com Before contacting us, try to research or browse popular topics. Maybe you`ll find the answers you need. For urgent or urgent questions, please contact the Public Information Office at 202-479-3211, Reporter press 1. The Supreme Court does not have a telephone line for public comments. If you have suffered a financial loss or would like to report a scam, contact Action Fraud, the UK`s national reporting centre for fraud and cybercrime. You can call Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040 (please note that this number will be charged at your network`s normal rate). Please contact us if you cannot find the answer to a question on any of the above pages.

Note: The courts are not able to provide you with legal advice. If you need help with your legal options, learn where to get help. The Court is open Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time. The court registry is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. except on public holidays. Starting in October 2022, individuals interested in doing business in person listed on the registry will need to make an appointment and request permission to access the SCC building by sending an email to bookingregistry-reservationgreffe@scc-csc.ca. To visit the Supreme Court of Canada, if you are coming from Montreal, take the Trans-Canada Highway, Route 417 West.

Take the Metcalfe exit, number 119. Turn right onto Kent Street and continue on Kent until you reach Wellington, then continue straight at the traffic light. The Supreme Court of Canada is set back from a Wellington Street with a lawn on the left. Find our contact information according to your area of interest. Documents for cases must be submitted through the HCA DLS portal, more information about the DLS portal can be found here: www.hcourt.gov.au/digital-lodgment-system/digital-lodgment-system-information If you need help with legal issues, we recommend that you contact a lawyer. Your local bar may be able to refer you to a lawyer if you don`t have one. The Supreme Court is separate from HMRC and is not involved in the payment of taxes and will not contact individuals in tax matters. HMRC does not use Supreme Court telephone numbers. The Principal Registry of the High Court of Australia is located at the seat of the Court in Canberra. There are Registry offices in each state capital and in Darwin.

Click here for contact information. For media inquiries, read the Media Guide for more information. We look forward to your feedback if you have visited the courthouse: Please note the opening hours of the building and office. for more details, including updates. Philippa LynchHours of operation of the Chief Executive Officer and Principal RegistrarOnly for urgent applications in Supreme Court matters outside of the office hours of the Registrar on duty. The Registry of the High Court is responsible for the custody and preservation of court records; the collection and accounting of all taxes levied by the Court of Justice; and all aspects of proceedings and appeals. Second amended document `{`Leave of the Court`}` The Canberra building is open to the public from Monday to Friday: 9.45am to 4.30pm. Sunday: noon to 16:00 Please note that the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA) can only be used to access recorded information held by a public authority.

It cannot be used to obtain advice, opinions, assumptions or legal advice. Phone: 202-479-3000 TTY: 202-479-3472 (Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.). Ex parte request / Invocation `{`Initial request`}` $115 This is a scam, and if you receive such a call, you must not disclose your personal information or pay any money. Regular hearings are: 10:00 to 12:45 and 14:15 to 16:15 Text Transfer: Callers with a text phone can talk via text relay by calling 18001, followed by our main numbers 0207 960 1900 or 0207 960 1500. The building is closed on public holidays. Admission to the High Court building is free. Supreme Court of Canada 301 Wellington Street Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0J1 Our website contains a large amount of information that may be useful to you. We invite you to first read the Frequently Asked Questions and About the Court of Justice pages, where you will find answers to your questions.

The site map, search page and resources for self-represented litigants are valuable tools for finding specific information. Federal Court of Australia Level 2, Supreme Court State Square Building, Darwin, NT, 0800 The Estate Court is also a section of the High Court dealing with grants and the enforcement of estates filed under the Succession, Probate and Administration Act. Order 76 of the High Court Rules and other Practice Directions apply to the application for succession. The Estates Department is also responsible for registering wills and processing applications for invalid appointments and valid minor appointments. This is regulated by the Wills Act (Cap 59) and the FNPF Act 2011. Switchboard: (02) 6270 6811From abroad: +61 2 6270 6811 Carolyn RogersMaster RegistrarTel. : (02) 6270 6862Fax : (02) 6273 3025[email protected] If your file is submitted through the Integrated Family Claims Management System (iFAMS), you must submit the following applications through iFAMS: Level 17, Commonwealth Law Courts Building, 305 William Street, Melbourne, VIC, 3000 Email for registry requests only – please check Practice Instructions 2, before sending questions about incident management, as this document covers many frequently asked questions. Send us your questions or comments. Choose your area of interest so we can serve you better.

Switchboard: 020 7960 1500 or 1900 DX 157230 Parliament Sq 4 The Principal Registry of the Supreme Court of Fiji is located in the Government Building in Suva. The company`s departmental offices are located in Lautoka and Labasa. We hope this website is comprehensive and useful. However, if you wish to make a request for information under the Freedom of Information Act or the Environmental Information Regulation (EIR), you can do so by email or post to the addresses below. For general questions that are not urgent, send an email to: Public Information Office Email for general public inquiries only (please do not attempt to file documents or make other formal requests via this email address – use the registration address below). We encourage you to check our Frequently Asked Questions page before emailing us with questions – we`ve worked hard to make sure the list is as complete as possible. Senior Justice Officer: +679 3211371 General inquiries: +679 3211231 / +679 3211232 Estates Officer: +679 3211417 FNPF official: +679 3211496 Monday to Friday: from 17:00Saturday, Sunday and public holidays: all day Parkes Place, Parkes, ACT, 2600 Postal address: P O Box 6309, Kingston, ACT 2604 Supreme Court of TasmaniaSalamanca Place, Hobart, TAS, 7000. Response to the defence / Originating Statement / Counterclaim $57.50 Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, please note: the High Court building is currently closed on Sundays.

Registry offices in Adelaide, Brisbane, Darwin and Perth are staffed by the Federal Court of Australia. Registry services in Hobart are provided by the Supreme Court of Tasmania. For enquiries about the register (usually for legal practitioners), such as enquiries, case enquiries and lists, please call 020 7960 1991 or 1992. Office hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Documents must be filed Monday to Friday before 16:00. To be filed on that day, any act performed after 4:00 p.m. on a day is deemed to have taken place the day after the opening of the registry. Opening hoursMonday to Thursday: 8:30 a.m.

to 5:30 p.m.Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Warning – Fraudulent emails: The Supreme Court of Canada is increasingly aware of fraudulent emails sent to members of the public promising the release of funds or notices of judgment against an individual or entity. These emails are not legitimate and are sent using the following techniques: Read more >> You can also contact your local school or public or university library, which can usually help you find information about your rights or other questions about the law. Although the counters are closed, we are still working in the registries and remotely to provide services and support to practitioners and litigants. Some Registry staff in Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra are still working remotely. Discover our address, our opening hours, our directions and a directory of floors. We are aware that some members of the public have received phone calls from people claiming to belong to HMRC, asking for money and/or making threatening statements. Due to the skimming of telephone numbers, calls may originate from UKSC telephone numbers (020 7960 1500/1900 or 020 7960 1991/1992). In some cases, people were asked to check the UKSC website to “check” switchboard numbers on the website. Patricia O`FarrellManager, Corporate ServicesTel. : (02) 6270 6868 Ben WickhamTel.

: (02) 6270 6893Fax : (02) 6270 6909 [email protected] Please note that e-mail and web forms are not secure means of transmission and therefore cannot be used to transmit sensitive personal data.