If you do not agree with the decision of a Registrar or Deputy Registrar you can apply to have that decision reviewed. To apply for a review of a decision by a registrar or deputy registrar not relating to a fee waiver application you will need to file an interlocutory application within 5 working days of receiving the decision. For more information, see rule 2.12 of the District Courts Rules (external link)
You will need to pay a fee.
To apply for a review of a decision by a registrar or deputy registrar to decline a fee waiver application, file a written request for a Judge to review the decision within 20 working days of receiving the decision.
Find out more in section 123A of the District Courts Act 1947 (external link)
There is no fee to have a decision reviewed.
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