Appealing a QCAT decision - QCAT Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal

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Appealing a QCAT decision

In certain circumstances parties can appeal a QCAT decision. When appealing a QCAT decision the appeal process differs depending on whether the decision was:

QCAT decisions that can’t be appealed

If QCAT’s Principal Registrar refuses or places conditions on an application the decision can be reviewed by a member of the tribunal.  The decision of the tribunal is final and cannot be appealed further.

Last reviewed
9 November 2011
Last updated
12 July 2012

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