VCAT

The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) was established under the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 1998 with the aim of offering a ‘one-stop shop’ dealing with a range of disputes. The aim of the tribunal is to offer cost effective, efficient and independent dispute resolution.

Our lawyers have extensive experience in assisting clients to resolve their disputes through VCAT. We assist clients with all aspects of their matters from making applications through to appearances before the tribunal on your behalf.

Our lawyers are well versed in supporting clients in the following areas:
  • Consumer matters
  • Domestic building works
  • Owners corporation matters
  • Residential and retail tenancies disputes
  • Sale and ownership of real property, and
  • Local council land valuations and planning permits
  • Transport Accident Commission findings
  • Business licences and professional registrations
  • Freedom of Information applications
  • Disciplinary proceedings across a range of professions and industries
  • Guardianship and administration
  • Discrimination
  • Racial and religious vilification
  • Health and information privacy, and
  • Decisions made by the Mental Health Review Board