Minor civil disputes
What is a minor civil dispute?
Minor civil disputes are disputes between individuals, and individuals and a trader, business or company valued up to and including $25,000. QCAT decides the following minor civil disputes:
- property damage disputes including damage to a house, or a car from a motor vehicle accident, up to and including $25,000
- debt disputes related to a fixed or agreed sum of money, valued up to and including $25,000
- consumer and trader disputes arising out of a contract for the supply of goods and services, valued up to and including $25,000, or repair of a defect in a motor vehicle which is under a statutory warranty, if the previous owner refuses to carry out the repair, valued up to and including $25,000
- residential tenancy disputes between tenants and landlords up to and including $25,000.