Application process - civil disputes
To make an application in relation to a civil dispute complete and lodge the appropriate form.
Use this form to apply to resolve a complex dispute (excluding lot entitlement disputes).
Use this form to apply for the adjustment of a lot entitlement schedule.
Debt collectors, motor dealers and property agents
The chief executive of the Department of Justice and Attorney-General uses this form to apply for reimbursement from debt collectors, property agents and motor dealers found responsible for causing a financial loss.
The chief executive of the Department of Justice and Attorney-General uses this form to instigate marketeer proceedings against a marketeer where they believe the marketeer has engaged in false, misleading or unconscionable conduct in relation to the sale of residential property.
Use this form to make an application about a manufactured homes dispute.
Use this form to seek mediation of a retirement villages dispute.
Use this form to apply for a hearing in regards to a retirement village dispute.
Response to an application or counter-application
Use this form to lodge a response or counter-application about an application made to QCAT.
Use this form to seek permission from the tribunal to appeal a decision or to lodge your appeal.
Review of a decision
Use this form to apply to review a decision of a state agency.
Making an application in relation to a legal cost agreement, Sanctuary Cove matter or integrated development matter
You need to write to QCAT outlining:
- the type of application or referral being made and the reasons for it
- the provision of the Act or enabling Act under the application or referral is made
- your name and contact details
- the name and contact details of any other party or representation
- the decision you are seeking from QCAT.
The letter must then be signed by you.
Once your application and forms have been received, QCAT will review the information you provided and contact you about the next steps.
Descriptions of QCAT's jurisdiction on this website are general information only. They do not definitively describe the types of applications on which QCAT can make decisions. The relevant legislation determines QCAT's jurisdiction. If you are unsure about your legal rights, you should seek legal advice. Your individual circumstances should guide any actions taken to resolve your dispute.