Complete your response to a QCAT minor debt dispute - QCAT Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal

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Complete your response to a QCAT minor debt dispute

This form can be used to respond to a minor debt application that you have been served.

To complete this form you will need to provide:

There is no fee to lodge this application.

  1. Can I apply?
    1. Have you received (or been served with) a minor debt application? *
    2. You are not eligible

      You can only use this form to respond to a minor debt application.

      If you are responding to another application, please use form 36 – Response and/or counter application (PDF, 298KB).

    3. Has it been less than 28 days since you received the application? *
    4. You may be out of time

      The QCAT rules state your response must be filed within 28 days after you are given a copy of the application. If you did not file a response within this time, the applicant may have applied for a decision by default.

      If the tribunal has made a decision in default of your response, filing this form will not change the decision.

      You can apply to set that decision aside. See more information on decisions by default.

  2. Application details
  3. Response details
    1. Do you agree to any claims in the application? *
    2. Do you disagree with any claims in the application? *
    3. Do you agree to owing money to the applicant? *
    4. Do you have documentation supporting your request? *
    5. Is an interpreter required? * The assistance of an interpreter is subject to approval by QCAT.
  4. Representation
    1. Do you have legal representation? * You may be required to ask for permission to have someone represent you. A link to this application will be provided once you submit your response.
      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. Your details
    1. Are you responding as an individual or entity? *
    2. Name
    3. Do you want to change your address for notices? *
      1. Address
  6. Acknowledgement
    1. Section 216 of the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2009 makes it an offence for a person to knowingly give the registry documents containing false or misleading information. Maximum penalty—100 penalty units.
    2. *

Last reviewed
19 March 2018
Last updated
19 March 2018

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