The Community Justice and Tribunals System (CJTS) is an online platform for parties to file and manage their cases in any of the following:
You can use CJTS to:
Take a pre-filing assessment
Answer a series of questions to determine if your dispute can be filed in the tribunal or court.
File a claim or other applications and documents
Use a guided online form to file a claim, counterclaim, response or other applications.
You can also submit supporting documents or attachments.
Select or change a court date
After your claim is accepted, you can select your preferred date and time to attend court.
You can also file a request to change a court date.
View case details and monitor developments
View the details of your case, including the:
The court will contact you through CJTS if there are any updates. You can also view documents submitted by the other party.
Settle your dispute online
Before going to court, you can negotiate or mediate your dispute online through CJTS. Find out more about eNegotiation and eMediation.
Note: The examples in this table are not exhaustive.
If there are updates from the court or requests from the other party, you will receive a notification from CJTS via SMS or email.
For individuals and business entities, log in to CJTS using your Singpass.
If you are not eligible for Singpass or Corppass, you may apply for a CJTS Pass.
You can pay for applications in CJTS via one of the following ways:
If you need help with CJTS, view the frequently asked questions. You may contact the State Courts at 6 JUSTICE (6587 8423) or 1800 JUSTICE (1800 587 8423), or write to us.
For small claims, refer to the Guide to filing small claims in CJTS (PDF, 4448 KB).
For employment claims, refer to the Guide to filing employment claims in CJTS (PDF, 4548 KB).
For neighbour disputes, refer to the Guide to filing neighbour dispute claims in CJTS (PDF, 2956 KB).
For protection from harassment claims, refer to the Guide to filing protection from harassment claims in CJTS (PDF, 3358 KB).
For eNegotiation, refer to eNegotiation in CJTS (PDF, 1205 KB).