Complaints - QCAT Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal

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Complaints

Complaints about QCAT Registry and Mediators

We would like to know if you have a complaint about our registry staff, service delivery, procedures, practices or policies.

QCAT is committed to:

  • Listening to your complaint, to improve our service delivery
  • Providing you with accessible complaint options
  • Efficiently and fairly managing your complaint.

To make a complaint, please:

Complaints about Members, Adjudicators and Justice of the Peace (QCAT)

We would like to know if you have a complaint about a Member, Adjudicator or Justice of the Peace of the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

To make a complaint, please:

Complaints about decisions

QCAT registry staff cannot give you advice about whether you should appeal against a decision or whether your application would be successful.

Appealing a QCAT decision

In certain circumstances parties can appeal a QCAT decision. See Appealing a QCAT decision for more information.

Appeals in minor civil disputes

You must lodge an Application for leave to appeal or appeal (Form 39). See Appeals in minor civil disputes for more information.

Are you a child or young person in care?

If you are unhappy about something that has happened at QCAT, you can use our QCAT child-friendly complaint form (DOCX, 360.8 KB) to let us know why you are unhappy and what you would like to happen.

Last reviewed
21 December 2018
Last updated
13 June 2019

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