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The main forms used by the Office of the Sheriff are available from the
Uniform Civil Procedure Rules (UCPR) website.
The table below gives the form numbers and examples of how the forms are used. You can download the relevant forms from the
Form 46: Application: Time to Pay - Individuals
(also known as Notice of Motion to Pay by Instalments - Individual)
Used when you need more time to pay money owed; or you are seeking to pay a debt by instalments.
Form 47: Application: Time to Pay - Corporations
(also known as Notice of Motion to Pay by Instalments - Corporation)
Used when a corporation needs more time to pay money owed; or is seeking to pay a debt by instalments.
Form 75: Notice to Sheriff of Disputed Property
Used when goods that are included on the Sheriff's list for seizure do not belong to the person who owes a debt.
Form 20: Notice of Motion
To understand how the Office of the Sheriff carries out its enforcement activities and when these forms might be needed, see:
The following is a list of the
fees of the Office of the Sheriff as at 11 July 2019.
Sheriff's fees are determined by the
Civil Procedure Regulation 2017 and
Criminal Procedure Regulation 2017.
The below table shows fees charged by the Office of the Sheriff
The Office of the Sheriff also receives applications to be excluded or excused from jury service. See
jury service forms.