Going to QCAT
The Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) is an independent tribunal that can resolve disputes, make and review decisions about anti-discrimination, administrative matters, building disputes, disputes over children and young people, guardianship, minor civil disputes, consumer and debt disputes as well as other civil matters if the amount in dispute is less than $25,000.
- Appealing a QCAT decision - Appealing a QCAT decision to the QCAT Appeal Tribunal or Queensland Court of Appeal
- Queensland Civil and Administration Tribunal - QCAT Homepage.
- Court Network - Court Network is a Queensland and Victorian service aimed at providing support to people attending court.
- Your closest community legal centre - Use the centre locator on the QAILS website to locate your nearest community legal centre.
- LawRight is an independent, not-for-profit, community-based legal organisation that operates a civil law referral service for pro bono legal representation and direct legal services for particular disadvantaged client groups.For more information about the help available, and the process for applying for help, please see the LawRight website at www.lawright.org.au LawRight runs a Service to assist people representing themselves in QCAT.
- Tenants Union of Queensland - The Tenants Union of Queensland are the experts in tenancy law in Queensland. Useful resources, including fact sheets and guides, are available on their website.
- Manufactured Home Owners Association Ltd (MHOA) - MHOA assists members in understanding the Manufactured Homes (Residential Parks) Act 2003, especially in relation to the settling of disputes between home owners and park operators.