In accordance to recent modifications to prescribed forms contained in Schedule 7 to the Uniform Civil Rules 2010, the following forms have been updated:
- Affidavit (Form 12) [LL-SA-UCR-004]
- Affidavit – in support of application for admission (Form 12A) [LL-SA-UCR-005]
- Affidavit of personal injury particulars (Form 10) [LL-SA-UCR-006]
- Affidavit of proof of service (Form 42) [LL-SA-UCR-050]
- Certificate of readiness for trial [LL-SA-UCR-075]
- Exhibit front sheet to Affidavit or Statutory Declaration (Form 14) [LL-SA-UCR-012]
- Statutory declaration (Form 13) [LL-SA-UCR-045]
- Statutory declaration – in support of registration (Form 13A) [LL-SA-UCR-046]
- Written submissions (Form 190) [LL-SA-UCR-137]
In addition to the updated forms, the following new forms have also been added:
- Summary of argument (Form 89) [LL-SA-UCR-166]
- Written submissions (Form 90) [LL-SA-UCR-167]
- Notice to party – minor civil review (Form 191) [LL-SA-UCR-168]
- Written case on minor civil review (Form 192) [LL-SA-UCR-169]
REMINDER: from Monday 21 September 2020, CourtSA is being mandated for legal practitioners in the civil jurisdiction.
Court SA advises this means:
Anything that can be lodged using CourtSA must be. For instructions on how to lodge prescribed forms using CourtSA click here.
Anything that cannot be lodged using CourtSA because:
- it is a lodgement that cannot be done using CourtSA;
- there is data migration or technical issue associated with the case; or
- access to the case has been requested but not yet granted
can be lodged via email or in person at a CourtSA Registry Services counter.