COVID-19 response - Land Court
The Land Court uses PEXIP to allow videoconference or teleconference by parties, representatives, or witnesses who do not attend in person
Queensland Health advise that people should stay at home if they are feeling unwell or have been overseas in the past 14 days.
This includes if you are experiencing a fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath.
If you consider that this advice applies to you, please DO NOT ATTEND a court location. Seek medical attention.
If you are required in court, you should phone the courthouse registry by phone to advise that you are unwell and await advice about what you are required to do.
If you display these symptoms after you have entered court, staff may ask you to leave.
These measures will assist in reducing the potential for transmission of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Queensland Courts will continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 advice being provided by health authorities and act accordingly.
The following measures are being put in place to support the safety of court users:
Use of QR codes in Queensland Courts
Each Queensland court building has its own unique QR code to help make COVID-19 contact tracing faster and more reliable across the state.
All court users are encouraged to use the QR code. If you are unable to use the Check-In Qld app, registries can use the business mode of the app to enter contact details on their behalf.
Maintain safe distancing
- Follow COVID-19 signage instructions about safe distancing and the directions of court staff and security officers
- Staff may limit the number of people entering the courthouse to ensure safe distancing can be maintained
- Leave a one seat space in the public gallery (unless family/same household)
- You may be required to leave a courtroom at any time, if necessary, for court proceedings to continue.
Hygiene and cleaning
- Follow COVID-19 signage instructions about good hygiene practices
- Use the hand sanitiser, disinfectant wipes, tissues, and bins provided
- In addition to daily routine cleaning on court sitting days, contact flat surfaces in courtrooms and high touch surfaces in public areas will be cleaned more regularly.
For the latest updates from Queensland Health, visit the Queensland Health Website.