How do I complain to HMCTS?

How do I complain to HMCTS?

The quickest way to get a response is to contact the court directly – either in person, by email, phone or letter. Speak to a member of court or tribunal staff while you are in the building. They are best placed to listen to your feedback, resolve your complaint quickly and explain anything that is unclear.

Do HM Courts and Tribunals Service email?

If you have an enquiry: By email: [email protected] We will respond to all emails as soon as possible. By telephone: 0300 123 1142 between 8am and 5pm Monday to Friday.

Can I complain to Ministry of Justice?

The Ministry of Justice may ask you to submit a formal complaint in writing, by sending a letter to the address at the bottom of this page. If they can’t resolve your complaint, they will tell you what to do to escalate it.

Can I complain about a family court judge?

What can you complain about? The Judicial Conduct Investigations Office can only look into complaints about the personal conduct of a judge. You cannot complain about a judge’s decision or the way a judge has conducted a case.

Can I make a complaint on behalf of someone else?

Yes they can. You will have to give them permission to do that, which you can give on our complaint form or in a letter.

Where can I find UK court cases online?

One of the best ways to search for court records is online starting with the UK National Archives. There are different databases that are going to allow you to access the information you are seeking. For instance, there are Old Baily trial records that you can view online from 1674 to 1913.

Do HMCTS deal with probate?

A simpler, digital way for members of the public and probate professionals to apply for probate.

What is the Ministry of Justice responsible for?

United Kingdom
England and Wales
Ministry of Justice/Jurisdiction

What is magistrate complaint?

Magistrate’s Complaint is an application to a magistrate to examine an alleged offence and give directions for further action. Anyone who believes that a criminal offence has been committed against them can file a Magistrate’s Complaint.

Can I complain to HMCTS via resolver?

HMCTS is unable to consider complaints raised via Resolver. A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z Find out more about how to complain to other centres. HMCTS is unable to consider complaints raised via Resolver.

Can I still access HMCTS rights guides and template letters?

If you decide to use Resolver, you’ll still be able to access our rights guides and template letters. Please contact HMCTS directly in addition to making a Resolver case. Sorry for the inconvenience. Who do you have an issue with?

What personal data does HMCTS collect for the feedback service?

Personal data HMCTS collects for the feedback service includes names, dates of birth, addresses, email addresses and telephone number.

How do I make a complaint about a tribunal?

The quickest way to get a response is to contact the court directly – either in person, by email, phone or letter. Speak to a member of court or tribunal staff while you are in the building. They are best placed to listen to your feedback, resolve your complaint quickly and explain anything that is unclear.