NOTE: If you have an enquiry about a specific form that is not covered in the Guide, you should contact the court currently handling your case (or in which you intend to commence proceedings).
As the Guide is quite lengthy, it has been divided into individual sections so you can skip straight to the section relevant to your enquiry.
Section 1: Introduction
1.1 When should you use this Guide?1.2 Terms used in this Guide1.3 Where can I get copies of the approved forms?1.4 What form must I use?1.5 Can I change an approved form?1.6 Where can I send feedback about an approved form?1.7 Where can I get more information?
Section 2: General information about preparing, filing and amending documents
2.1 How should I prepare a document?2.2 How should I describe parties and other persons in documents?2.3 How do I file a document?2.4 What fee do I have to pay to file a document?2.5 How do I commence proceedings?2.6 When do I need to serve documents other than the statement of claim or summons?2.7 How do I amend a document that has already been filed in court?2.8 How do I prepare documents that are being filed in relation to a cross-claim?
Section 3: Information that is included in most document
3.1 Court details3.2 Title of proceedings3.3 Filing, issuing or preparation details3.4 Signature3.5 Certificate under s. 347 Legal Profession Act 20043.6 Verification of pleadings3.7 Party details3.8 Further details about filing party3.9 Details about other parties3.10 Frequent user identifier
Section 4: Information about specific forms
Section 5: List of forms
Section 6: Types of claim