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Publications

This page provides a list of the latest ten publications, from all of the categories listed on the left, which have been issued by the Courts and Tribunals Service.

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DateTitleSummaryStatusAttachments
21 Oct 2014Trust Statement 12-13This is the Trust Statement for the NICTS. The Trust Statement provides an account of the collection of revenues, which by statute or convention are due to the Northern Ireland Consolidated Fund (NICF) or other third parties and where the entity undertaking the collection is consequently acting as agent rather than principal. The NICTS acts as an agent responsible for the collection of financial penalties which have been imposed by the Judiciary, the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) and the Driver and Vehicle Agency (DVA). These impositions include fixed penalty notices (FPNs), court imposed monetary penalties (namely fines, extra costs, other party costs, compensation for victims of crime and fixed penalty enforcement fines), and confiscation orders. PDF Download - Trust-Statement-12-13.pdf 4592 KB
03 Oct 2014Review of Fees Charged in the Lands Tribunal for Non-Domestic Rating Valuation AppealsThe civil courts in Northern Ireland currently operate under a policy where the full costs of running the civil courts are recovered from fees charged for providing the service. The fees charged are set in legislation and are based on recovering the administrative, judicial and other costs associated with the proceedings. In Northern Ireland few tribunals charge fees. The Lands Tribunal statutorily transferred to NICTS in April 2011 from the Department of Finance and Personnel (DFP). The Tribunal fees have not been reviewed since the body’s inception in 1964 and the present fee regime does not accurately reflect the costs associated with the appeals process. Proposals have been developed to increase the fees charged for non-domestic rating valuation appeals to ensure that the cost of providing such appeals is met by these users of the Tribunal. The consultation document sets out three fee options for increases to non-domestic rating appeals and asks consultees to outline their preferred option.Closing date 31 December 2014PDF Download - Lands Tribunal review of fees consultation Oct 14.pdf 384 KB
03 Oct 2014Review of Fees Charged in the Lands Tribunal for Non-Domestic Rating Valuation AppealsThe civil courts in Northern Ireland currently operate under a policy where the full costs of running the civil courts are recovered from fees charged for providing the service. The fees charged are set in legislation and are based on recovering the administrative, judicial and other costs associated with the proceedings. In Northern Ireland few tribunals charge fees. The Lands Tribunal statutorily transferred to NICTS in April 2011 from the Department of Finance and Personnel (DFP). The Tribunal fees have not been reviewed since the body’s inception in 1964 and the present fee regime does not accurately reflect the costs associated with the appeals process. Proposals have been developed to increase the fees charged for non-domestic rating valuation appeals to ensure that the cost of providing such appeals is met by these users of the Tribunal. The consultation document sets out three fee options for increases to non-domestic rating appeals and asks consultees to outline their preferred option.Closing date 31 December 2014PDF Download - Lands Trib review of fees Equality Screening.pdf 334 KB
03 Oct 2014Review of Fees Charged in the Lands Tribunal for Non-Domestic Rating Valuation AppealsThe civil courts in Northern Ireland currently operate under a policy where the full costs of running the civil courts are recovered from fees charged for providing the service. The fees charged are set in legislation and are based on recovering the administrative, judicial and other costs associated with the proceedings. In Northern Ireland few tribunals charge fees. The Lands Tribunal statutorily transferred to NICTS in April 2011 from the Department of Finance and Personnel (DFP). The Tribunal fees have not been reviewed since the body’s inception in 1964 and the present fee regime does not accurately reflect the costs associated with the appeals process. Proposals have been developed to increase the fees charged for non-domestic rating valuation appeals to ensure that the cost of providing such appeals is met by these users of the Tribunal. The consultation document sets out three fee options for increases to non-domestic rating appeals and asks consultees to outline their preferred option.Closing date 31 December 2014Word Download - Lands Tribunal review of fees consultation response template.doc 101 KB
05 Sep 2014The Lord Chief Justice's speech marking the opening of the new legal year 2014The Lord Chief Justice, Sir Declan Morgan, today gave an address to mark the opening of the new legal year. It was attended by the Lord Chancellor, the Justice Minister, members of the judiciary and senior figures in the justice system. The theme of this year’s address was the rule of law. You can view the PDF copy of the full speech by clicking on this link or by using the links to the right. HTML Download - LCJ-Speech-Opening-Legal-Year-2014.html 17 KB
05 Sep 2014The Lord Chief Justice's speech marking the opening of the new legal year 2014The Lord Chief Justice, Sir Declan Morgan, today gave an address to mark the opening of the new legal year. It was attended by the Lord Chancellor, the Justice Minister, members of the judiciary and senior figures in the justice system. The theme of this year’s address was the rule of law. You can view the PDF copy of the full speech by clicking on this link or by using the links to the right. PDF Download - LCJ-Speech-Opening-Legal-Year-2014.pdf 87 KB
05 Sep 2014The Lord Chief Justice's speech marking the opening of the new legal year 2014The Lord Chief Justice, Sir Declan Morgan, today gave an address to mark the opening of the new legal year. It was attended by the Lord Chancellor, the Justice Minister, members of the judiciary and senior figures in the justice system. The theme of this year’s address was the rule of law. You can view the PDF copy of the full speech by clicking on this link or by using the links to the right. HTML Download - p_pr_21-14.html 12 KB
05 Sep 2014The Lord Chief Justice's speech marking the opening of the new legal year 2014The Lord Chief Justice, Sir Declan Morgan, today gave an address to mark the opening of the new legal year. It was attended by the Lord Chancellor, the Justice Minister, members of the judiciary and senior figures in the justice system. The theme of this year’s address was the rule of law. You can view the PDF copy of the full speech by clicking on this link or by using the links to the right. PDF Download - p_pr_21-14.pdf 79 KB
22 Aug 2014Press Release: NI Courts and Tribunals Service Children Order Statistics (Provisional Statistics) April - June 2014Figures published today by the NI Courts and Tribunals Service in the quarterly Children Order Bulletin outline the Children Order court business received and dealt with from the quarter April - June 2014LiveHTML Download - p_pr_ChildOrderAprJun14.html 14 KB
22 Aug 2014Children Order Bulletin April - June 2014This report details the volume of Children's Order business received and dealt with during the quarter, as well as looking at waiting times and numbers of children involvedProvisional FiguresHTML Download - p_tp_ChildrenOrderBulletin_AprJun14.html 43 KB