Contract documents for Judici E-Pay service

Sign both copies of the enclosed, and return one to GAL
  1. Get a letter from your bank, similar to the one enclose, which provides information on the separate Clearing Account you need to get for use with Judici E-Pay.
    1. Usually, courts use a checking account, given that savings accounts often charge extra if you have a lot of transactions.
  2. Data Ownership Agreement- this is required by the AOIC.
  3. AOIC E-Guilty Application- Clerk and Chief Judge should sign both copies and send one back to us

After you return all of this Judici will e-mail you a link you can use to register for the merchant account which will be used by Judici.