Judiciary introduces vouchers for payments of fines at NLCB booths

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Judiciary introduces vouchers for payments of fines at NLCB booths

The Judiciary has arranged with the National Lotteries Control Board (NLCB) to sell its vouchers to facilitate the payment of fines and fees on the Judiciary’s website.

In a release on Sunday, the Judiciary stated that as of today, May 1st, 2023, there will be two different CourtPay Vouchers available for purchase from the NLCB: the CourtPay Maintenance Voucher and CourtPay Fines and Fees Voucher.

These vouchers will be made available at any NLCB Lotto Booth and can be used to pay maintenance or fines and fees online at the Judiciary’s CourtPay portal, courtpay.ttlawcourts.org.

These vouchers offer customers a cash payment option for court ordered maintenance, fines and fees and is the first step towards addressing delays in payments which their customers have been encountering.

The Judiciary says this will create another way to pay fines, either pay online using a credit card or chip enabled debit card, or purchase a CourtPay Fines and Fees vouchers at any NLCB booth and then use it to pay online via the portal.

Persons without access to an internet enabled device can go to any court location or Virtual Access Customer Centre (VACC) to use the Judiciary’s public kiosks.

The Judiciary also noted that persons who pay traffic tickets which the got before May 26th 2020, and have not yet paid, will only pay 50% of their ticket if they pay by July 31st, 2023.

Outstanding mask and/or safe zone fines issues before May 1st, 2023 must also be paid by July 31st, 2023.

Non payment of these fines by the above-mentioned dates can result in heavier penalties.