Right to Information and Publication Scheme
About Right to Information (RTI)
The Right to Information Act 2009 (RTI Act) provides a right of access to government information unless, on balance, it is contrary to the public interest to release the information.
Please visit the Department of Justice and Attorney-General for information on accessing departmental information, including the principles of RTI and how to make an application to access information.
Please note: if seeking access to the QCAT register of proceedings (list of cases) or record of proceedings (case files), please refer to the Accessing QCAT records and information fact sheet.
Our publication scheme describes and categorises information available from the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT). It has been developed to give the community greater access to information as part of the response to the review of freedom of information laws.
Information is grouped and accessible through seven classes:
About us – who we are and what we do
Our services – services provided by QCAT
Our finances – our financial information
Our priorities – priorities and progress
Our decisions – how we make decisions
Our policies – our policies and procedures
Our lists – lists and registers.
You have the right to complain if information identified in our publication scheme is not available. Complaints about the availability of information under our publication scheme may be lodged via QCAT’s online feedback form or forwarded to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The disclosure log is a record of documents released to applicants under the Right to Information Act 2009.
Please refer to the Department of Justice and Attorney-General disclosure log for more information.