The Registrars provide administrative support for the Tribunal by processing claims, arranging hearings and assisting Chairs/Panel Members.
They are available to answer any queries in the office from 09:00-17:00 via email, telephone or in person regarding the Tribunal procedure or the progress of your claim but the Registrar cannot offer advice.
Address: 1st Floor, International House, 41 The Parade, St Helier, JE2 3QQ (near the town hall above Burger King)
If you are delivering documents there is a postbox outside the building or on the first floor outside of the double doors.
When visiting the Tribunal Office please ring the bell on the right hand side of the double doors.
A photocopying service is not available at the Tribunal Office.
Please ensure you keep a copy of your Claim / Response Form and any other papers you submit / receive.
A photocopying service is available at the Jersey Library if required.
Toilet facilities are available for parties attending hearings.
An accessible toilet suitable for people who have a disability is also available.
Please help yourself to water at the Tribunal Reception.
Jugs of water are provided for parties attending hearings.
Parties can eat their own lunch in the meeting rooms provided they clean up after themselves.
No food is allowed in the hearing room.
Wheelchair access is available throughout the office and there is a lift situated on the ground floor. If you need assistance please contact us before your arrival.
A hearing loop is available in both hearing rooms, if you require this please contact us before your hearing.
Smoking is not permitted anywhere in the building.
It is not appropriate for parties to bring babies and children to the Tribunal Hearing.
However if you need to breastfeed/express while using our facilities we can provide a private room, please contact us before your hearing.
If you have been asked by a Claimant or Respondent to be a Witness at a Final Hearing, please note you are required to make yourself available for the whole duration of the hearing. A Final Hearing usually lasts for one day, but we cannot specify when you will be required to give your evidence.
Please inform the Chairman at the start of the hearing if you have a genuine reason why you cannot attend for the full day.
If a party, witness or representative needs to attend a hearing by video link please email the Registrar who will seek permission of the Chair.
Please note the Tribunal cannot reimburse legal costs or loss of earnings for attending hearings.
The Tribunal welcomes feedback, if you have any comments please email email@example.com
To make a complaint to the Jersey Court Service or a complaint about a Chair, please click here (external link to the gov.je website)