In accordance with
Practice Note SC Gen 2 Access to Court Files, only parties and their legal representatives are entitled to obtain transcripts from court proceedings. Non-parties may apply for access to transcript by completing an
Application to Access Court File.
If you are a party to a case or representing a party, you can order, pay for and access transcript securely online. If you need to purchase transcript in a case in which are not directly involved, you will need to submit an order form. Information on both options is available on this page.
Transcripts are available 15 working days from date of order. If you require the transcript to be provided sooner, please specify the date required on your order form. Though every effort will be made to provide you with your transcript on the date requested, no guarantees will be offered. Please
contact the Reporting Services Branch (RSB) if you are concerned about the delay in the provision of your transcript.
Go to the
Methods of Payment section on our Fees page for further information.
Transcripts are subject to Crown copyright. Without the Crown's authorisation, the reproduction of transcript for any purpose other than the conduct of court proceedings is prohibited. For further information about Crown Copyright, please
contact the Community Relations Unit at the NSW Department of Justice (DoJ).