14 Simple Steps To Pay Online for Appeal Court Filing of Court Processes

Last updated on August 25th, 2022 at 02:27 pm


In April 2020, the Court of Appeal of Nigeria introduced an alternative e-payment for filling of a Court process because of the pandemic

The Acting President of the court Justice Monica Dongban-Mensem stated Court of Appeal REMITA was designed to reduce contact between court officials and legal practitioners filing the appeal during and post COVID-19 era.


She told Presiding Justices of the Court of Appeal in Lagos, Sokoto, Kaduna, Enugu, Port Harcourt, Ibadan, Ilorin, Jos, Owerri, Yola, Makurdi, Calabar, Ekiti, Akure, Benin, Akwa, Asaba, Kano, and Abuja division that filing court process has not only gone digital but faster.

How To Make e-payment filling of Appeal Processes:


Court of Appeal GIFMIS Code is: 1000274712

  • Visit www.remita.net
  • Click pay FGN and State TSA
  • Select Federal Government of Nigeria (COURT OF APPEAL GIFMIS)
  • Fill-in the on-line form
  • Select Account to pay from
  • What do you want to pay?
  • Service Name
  • Amount to pay
  • Select Currency
  • Payer’s Name and Email Address
  • Payer’s Telephone Number
  • Select Expense type
  • Select method of payment
  • Hit submit.


Any payment made through GIFMIS Revenue Reference (GRR) Number goes directly into the federation account.

We have a full list of GIFMIS Codes for Ministries, Departments, and Agencies, including National Judicial Council, Courts.

The process of payment is the same except for the specific agency you are making payment into.

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