Terms and Conditions of Usage Each registered user issued with a RedCrest username and password agrees, as a condition of such issue, to the following terms and conditions of use:
- To comply with any applicable rules of the Court and the RedCrest Practice Note as amended from time to time;
- To ensure that the issued username and password remain confidential, for the exclusive use of that registered user, or any person duly authorised to lodge on that user’s behalf;
- To comply with any condition or limitation of registration issued in relation to RedCrest;
- To protect and maintain the confidentiality of any parts of a Court file in RedCrest deemed “confidential”; and
- To pay fees (if any) prescribed by the Supreme Court (Fees) Regulations 2018. Note, there are no fees for proceedings filed in the Criminal Division or for criminal proceedings in the Court of Appeal.
The Supreme Court shall in no event accept any liability for loss or damage suffered by any person or body due to information provided on this site or linked sites.
The Court is not providing advice by or through the making available of information through this site.
Links to other websites are inserted for convenience and does not constitute endorsement of any material that may be at those sites; nor does it constitute an endorsement of any associated organisation, product or service.
RedCrest users are also referred to sections 24D, 24E and 24F of the Supreme Court Act 1986.
Unless stated otherwise, the Copyright © of all material on this site is held by the Supreme Court of Victoria. Reproduction or reuse of this material for commercial purposes is forbidden without written permission.
The Supreme Court of Victoria collects personal information of RedCrest users in order to allow them to access the RedCrest system and to process payments via the system.
You can seek access to or seek to correct the personal information the Court holds about you (other than in relation to its judicial or quasi-judicial functions), or complain about a privacy breach, by contacting the Court on be(03) 8600 2000 or email us at email@example.com@tsercder .