eLitigation is an online platform for parties to file applications and documents for any of the following cases:
If you are representing yourself, you cannot access eLitigation online. Only law firms that subscribe to eLitigation can file online.You need to visit one of the LawNet & CrimsonLogic Service Bureaus. There are 2 locations:
Address and contact details
1 Supreme Court Lane
133 New Bridge Road
You need to book an appointment online before your visit.
The LawNet & CrimsonLogic Service Bureau will give you the relevant hard copies forms for your application. These forms are also available online.
Complete these forms and submit the hardcopy in person to the Service Bureau.
The Service Bureau will prepare your application using the information that you provide and will file the application on your behalf.
Your application will be processed within the following timelines:
If your documents are submitted....
They will be processed within...
48 hours of the day itself
48 hours of the next working day
You can request urgent filing if you need to process the documents on the same day. Urgent filing fees apply.
You will need to make payment to file the application.In addition to the filing fees for the documents, there are also transmission and processing fees. For applications filed through the Service Bureau, there are additional handling fees. View the list of fees.
You can pay at the Service Bureau using cash, NETS, cash card, or a company's cheque or cashier's order payable to CrimsonLogic Pte Ltd. You will receive an acknowledgement slip and receipt after payment.
The Service Bureau will inform you via SMS or email of whether your application is accepted by the courts.
You will need to return to the Service Bureau to collect the reply from the court.
Follow these steps to collect the reply:
Besides filing an application, you can also apply for court records at the Service Bureau.
The app is currently in open beta and will be progressively enhanced with additional functions, such as the ability to obtain queue tickets for court hearings or attend virtual hearings through the app.
Refer to the SG Courts Mobile App user guide for more information.
You may also wish to refer to the Service Bureau's frequently asked questions.