About CourtSA

CourtSA is the Courts Administration Authority’s new electronic court management system. It is a state-wide system used to collect, store and process court matters electronically.

The system enables court users to access a range of online services, including electronic smart forms. Court users can use the new electronic smart forms rather than lodging paper applications at a Court Registry.

CourtSA is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and allows court users to access and update their case files online anytime, anywhere.

CourtSA is being rolled out progressively. Probate was the first jurisdiction to go live on Monday 26 November 2018. Now all Probate filings must be done using CourtSA. This means that paper applications are not accepted. For more information about this change, please visit the Probate and CourtSA page.

Civil is the second jurisdiction scheduled to go live. The commencement date for the Civil go live  was scheduled for 2 March 2020. This date has been delayed due to a small number of technical issues that must be resolved. At this point, the ECMS Project Board is estimating a delay of four to six weeks from the previous Civil go live date of 2 March 2020. A new date will be advised as soon as possible. More information about transitional arrangements will be provided soon.

Criminal is scheduled to launch early 2021.