Notifications are sent to:
- The responsible solicitor for any party
- Any self-represented litigants
- Any interested parties
The email notifications are not sent to the account you use to lodge documents (unless they are the same).
If you are not a lawyer
Notifications are sent to the email address you entered on the form when you:
- Started a case, or
- Requested access to a case
If you are a lawyer
Notifications are sent to the email address associated with:
- The L or P code you provided when you started a case, or
- Either the L or P code you provided when you requested access to a case
Notifications can only be sent to one person for each party. If you have a firm account and want notifications to be received by more than one user you must set up your own internal processes.
The Responsible Solicitor on all cases lodged before CourtSA launches will receive CourtSA notifications
The Responsible Solicitor on all existing cases will be migrated to CourtSA. However, to access these cases this person must create a CourtSA account and request access to all these cases. There is no automatic access to cases.
This person will receive CourtSA notifications to the email address associated with their P Code regardless of whether they have a CourtSA account or access to the case.
If you want someone else in your organisation (in addition to the Responsible Solicitor) to receive CourtSA notifications, you must use your own processes.
If you want to replace the Responsible Solicitor with someone else in your organisation you must lodge a Notice of Acting for that person by having. The new Responsible Solicitor will receive notifications and the old Responsible Solicitor will not. To lodge a Notice of Acting that person must request access to the case from the Court. This will generate a Notice of Acting.
If you want to remove the Responsible Solicitor you must lodge of Notice of Cessation of Acting. The old Responsible Solicitor will stop receiving notifications and your organisation’s access to the case will be removed. A Notice of Acting is generated when you request access to a case from the Court.
If you want to be the Responsible Solicitor on an existing case you must request access to the case from the Court. This will generate a Notice of Acting and you will be recorded as the Responsible Solicitor and receive notifications.