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The Supreme Court Registry consist of High Court and Intermediate Court. This registry is headed by the Chief Registrar who is in charge of the day to day administration. The Chief Registrar is assisted by the Deputy Chief Registrar, Senior Registrars and Registrars who perform both judicial and administrative functions. Civil proceedings are heard in Chambers by the Chief Registrar, Deputy Chief Registrar, Senior Registrars and Registrars.
The Registry provides various legal counters that amongst other include Civil, Criminal, Writs, Summons, Taxation, Bailiff, Summon in Chambers, Power of Attorney, Practicing Certificates, Civil Marriages, Services, Orders and Searches. The Registry is responsible for processing and registering court documents and to keep safe records of all files and Court documents to make them available for court hearings and searches by lawyers. The Legal Assistant oversees the running of the Registry.
INTERMEDIATE COURT CIVIL REGISTRY SERVICES & FEES
Intermediate Court suits are administered by the Intermediate Court Act (Chapter 162) and only hears civil claims more than $50,000 but not less than $299,999. All services charge a standard rate as prescribed under Appendix B, Supreme Court Act (Chapter 5). The following fees apply: