Appeals against both civil and criminal decisions made in the Magistrates’ Court are heard in the Trial Division of the Supreme Court.
Appeal a civil decision made by the Magistrates’ Court
If you are appealing a civil decision made in the Magistrates’ Court, read our guide for information on:
- what it means to represent yourself in a Court proceeding
- Court fees that apply
- stages in the process and what you need to do at each stage
- forms you need to complete
- documents you need to provide
- where to get more information and support.
Appeal a Criminal decision made by the Magistrates’ Court
If you are appealing a criminal matter contact the Self-Represented Litigant Coordinator for further help on Court process.