Registrar of the Court

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Registrar of the
Court of Justice of the
Social Liberal Union
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Incumbent
Vacant

since 27 August 2019
Judicial Branch of the SLU Government
AppointerChancellor
Term lengthIndefinite;
At the pleasure of the Chancellor
Constituting instrumentCourt of Justice Registrar and Judicial Council Act (Repealed)
Civil Service Act
Inaugural holderAvaerilon
Formation2 May 2015
(4 years ago)
 (2015-05-02) (Previous version)
27 July 2019
(3 months ago)
 (2019-07-27)

The Registrar of the Court of Justice (generally referred to as just the Registrar of the Court or Registrar) is an office created in distinct versions by the former Court of Justice Registrar and Judicial Council Act and current Civil Service Act. The Registrar is appointed by the Chancellor. It was created in its current version on 27 August 2019. The Registrar is responsible for ensuring accurate judicial compilation on all applicable platforms and may be commissioned to do legal research for the Chancellor. They are privy to all non-confidential Court records.