Welcome to the Judiciary of the
Republic of Trinidad and Tobago
The Judiciary of Trinidad and Tobago provides an accountable court system in which timeliness and efficiency are the hallmarks, while still protecting integrity, fairness, equality and accessibility and attracting public trust and confidence.
File a Notice to Contest a
Traffic Ticket Online
What information do you need to file?
- Notice Reference Number
- Vehicle Registration Number
- Driver’s Permit Number
- Date of Notice
Convert to CourtPay to make and receive
Maintenance Payments Online
- Complete the Convert2CourtPay Form
- Upload a form of national identification (National ID Card, Driver's Permit or Passport)
- Submit the completed form and a representative from the Judiciary will contact you
Use the Judiciary's eServices portal to
File your Court Applications Online
- Visit the Judiciary’s E-filing Portal
- Enter the details for your application
- Upload your court documents
- Click SUBMIT!
Contact the Court using our
Court Services Directory
- Request Office Copies
- Schedule Appointments
- Get Information or Assistance
Attachment of Earnings
Q. Can I make an application for Attachment of Earnings if I do not have all the information for the application?
A. The Applicant must have a Bank Account number and must know at least the occupation and place of work of the Respondent. Without this information an application should not be processed. Other general information such as period of employment, National Insurance Number, position held, and in some cases, name of employer can be gleaned from the Respondent, as he/she is requested in any event to present these details to the Court upon being served.
Q. Can a respondent make an application for Attachment of Earnings?
A. No, only the applicant in the matter can make this application which requires both parties to attend another Court hearing.
Q. Can I disregard an access order from the Court?
A. No you cannot because Court orders are enforced by the laws of Trinidad and Tobago. The other party involved in the matter can return to the Court and make an application for a Breach of the Order, and the parties will have to return to Court to have the matter heard again, and this time, stiffer penalties maybe dealt out on the party accused of the breach.