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Do I need to have a Judiciary charge account (a.k.a., “JACS Account”) to use eCourts?

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Do I need to have a Judiciary charge account (a.k.a., “JACS Account”) to use eCourts?

Attorneys who intend to e-file any documents that require a fee are required to have a Judiciary charge account or “JACS Account”. eCourts will automatically charge applicable filing fee(s) against a JACS account in accordance with the Judiciary Account Charge System (JACS) Participation Agreement. To establish a JACS account. If you are an attorney representing a New Jersey municipality in a Tax Appeal case but you do not have a JACS account, you may require authorization from the respective government agency to utilize their existing JACS account. Questions about JACS should be sent via email to:  jacssupport.mbx@njcourts.gov .

The e-filing of Criminal Division motions and motion-related documents does not require a JACS account since eCourts only accepts those filings that do not require a filing fee.