A list of forms used in the New South Wales Local Court is included below.
For all forms used in civil proceedings, go to the
Uniform Civil Procedures Rules (UCPR) website.
Many civil forms can also be filed online via the
Online Registry website.
A person that has made application or appeal to NCAT and the Tribunal has declined to determine the proceedings as it seeks to invoke federal jurisdiction can seek leave to apply to a court. Below are sample forms that contain the information required by the court.
NEW Application to remove driver licence disqualification (court form)
Legal Aid brochure: Are you disqualified from driving?
**Follow the steps below before completing this court form.
Step 1 - You must first apply for a copy of your driving record. This link is to the form to be lodged at Roads and Maritime Services or Service NSW (the driving record must be filed at court with the court application form)
Step 2 - Decide if you are eligible to apply to court. You should get legal advice about your eligibility to apply - Legal Aid can help. Contact Legal Aid.
Step 3 - If you are eligible to apply, complete and lodge your court application form at a Local Court.
New South Wales Supreme, District and Local Courts.
The information on this site is a guide only and is not legal advice - see disclaimer.