Choose your preferred case management conference (CMC) date and time.
The earliest CMC date available is within 3 - 4 weeks from the date your claim is filed.
Choose the language or dialect you are comfortable with if you do not understand or speak English. The ECT will try to arrange for an interpreter of the language you have chosen for your ECT proceedings.
Print a copy of the Notice of CMC. You will have to serve this document on the respondent within 7 working days after the date of filing of the claim.
When: within 7 working days of the date of filing of the claim.
You may serve the Notice of CMC on the respondent through one of the following ways:
What it is
Delivering hard copies of the documents personally to the respondent.
(if to an individual) Sending hard copies of the documents to the respondent's last known residential or registered address in an envelope addressed to them.
(if to a business entity) Sending hard copies of the documents to the respondent's ACRA registered address in an envelope addressed to them.
Submitting soft copies of the documents to the respondent through CJTS.
Delivering the documents by any means (including fax or email) as directed by the ECT.
You may amend a claim if the claim has not been served on the respondent. If you have already served the claim on the respondent, you will not be able to make amendments unless you have obtained permission from the ECT.
To make an amendment to your application, select Request for Amendments under the Online Applications tab on CJTS.
When: within 4 weeks of the date of filing of the claim or before the date of the first CMC, whichever is earlier
You must file a declaration of service (DOS) with proof of service after serving the Notice of CMC on the respondent.
Examples of proof of service include a Singpost registered post slip or a form signed by the respondent to acknowledge that they have received the documents from you.
Log in to CJTS. Under the Online Applications tab, select Declaration of Service and follow the instructions.