In this section you can find other information about the Ministry's response to COVID-19:
Fines and debt collection are not considered essential services during COVID-19. But if you're having trouble with existing payments, the court may be able to help.
The Criminal Records Unit continues to operate during COVID-19 Alert Level 2.
This information outlines the effect of the Immediate Modification Order on the requirements for signing and witnessing wills.
This information outlines the effect of the Immediate Modification Order on the requirements for oaths, affirmations and declarations.
This information outlines the effect of the Immediate Modification Order on the alcohol licensing regime.
Guidance about changes to residential property settlements and tenancies during COVID-19.
Guidance about changes to commercial leases and mortgages during COVID-19.
Some Justice of the Peace services are available during COVID-19 restrictions.
Under COVID-19 Alert Level 2, the office of the Private Security Personnel Licensing Authority continues to receive and process new matters and submissions sent via email.
Information about the posting of bail and bail hearings during COVID-19.
Information for people needing to sign or witness Enduring Powers of Attorney (EPAs) during COVID-19
Information on other justice services and programmes during COVID-19.
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