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Ensure you are using the correct versions of Court forms.

A number of Supreme Court forms were updated last year, following changes to the Supreme Court (DX, Address and References to the Sovereign Amendments) Rules 2023.

Practitioners are reminded to use current, correct forms when conducting business with the Court. From 20 May 2024, outdated forms may not be accepted by the Court.

Forms that were updated following last year's changes to the Rules are outlined below. Ensure you are using the correct form from the list before completing and submitting to the Court:

Forms 10A - Heading and notice on counterclaim where defendant new party, 11A Third party notice and 45B Summons on originating motion - special procedure are available in Supreme Court (General Civil Procedure) Rules 2015.

Court users are encouraged to refer to the Rules to ensure they are using current versions of Supreme Court forms and templates. 

A selection of the Court’s most commonly used forms and templates are available in the Forms, Templates and Guidelines area of the website.

Published on 15 May 2024
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