QCAT rule amendments commenced 4 April 2016
Amendments to the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal Rules 2009 commenced on 4 April 2016. They affect minor debt applications, e-filing and cost assessors.
What does QCAT do?
QCAT is an independent tribunal which resolves disputes and makes and reviews decisions about a wide range of issues. Our vision is for fair and just outcomes, and we are committed to your right to a fair and impartial hearing.
Need to recover a debt?
Have you lent money to someone and they didn't pay it back? QCAT can help with your debt dispute.
Supporting vulnerable adults at QCAT
Do you know the difference between a guardian and an administrator? Find out in this video produced with Carers Queensland.
Don't get burned - be aware of QCAT mobile messages
If a mobile phone number is provided, QCAT can send text messages to parties in the following, and only the following, circumstances:
- Minor Civil Dispute – Residential Tenancy (non-urgent): confirmation the tribunal has received the Minor Civil Dispute – Residential Tenancy form with confirmation of the case number.
- Mediation: a reminder is sent to all parties who have a tribunal mediation session in Brisbane.
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