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Apply for permission to be represented in a QCAT matter

Use this form to apply for QCAT’s permission to be represented in a proceeding.

You can only apply if you are an applicant, respondent or an active party in a QCAT matter.

To complete this form you’ll need:

  • your case number
  • the respondent’s name (if applicable)
  • your representative’s contact details.

Entities wanting QCAT’s permission to be represented by a lawyer or government legal officer should not fill in this form. Instead, you should write to QCAT setting out the details of your matter and giving reasons why QCAT should let someone else appear for you.

  1. Can I apply?
    1. Are you a child or person with impaired capacity? *
    2. You do not need to apply for permission

      You don't need our permission to be represented. For further information, please contact the QCAT registry.

    3. Are you currently a party to a disciplinary proceeding? *
    4. You do not need to apply for permission

      You don't need permission to be represented. For further information, please contact the QCAT registry.

  2. Application details
    1. Who are you applying as? *
    2. Are you applying as a corporation? *
  3. Representative details
    1. Is the representative an individual or entity? *
    2. Name
    3. Address
    4. Do you want this to be your address for service? * i.e. Is this where we should send documents relating to your matter.
    5. Is the representative an Australian legal practitioner or government legal officer? *
  4. Authority
    1. I authorise the representative to represent me at: *
    2. Please select all statements that apply: *
  5. Acknowledgements
    1. * View terms and conditions
    2. *

Last reviewed
19 March 2018
Last updated
19 March 2018

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