Appealing a decision
There are several avenues for appealing a decision in Queensland Courts, depending on the court where the original decision was made.
You may wish to consult with a lawyer on whether you have valid grounds to appeal. This is a good idea even if you propose to conduct the appeal yourself.
Court staff can’t provide legal advice or make recommendations about your case but they can assist you with general court procedures and practice.
Find information about appealing the following decisions:
- Appealing a decision in the Court of Appeal
- Appealing a Magistrates Court decision in the Supreme or District Court
- Appealing a Mental Health Review Tribunal decision in the Mental Health Court
- Appealing a Land Court decision in the Land Appeal Court
- Appealing a Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) decision
- Appealing an administrative decision in the Supreme Court
- Requesting a judicial review by the Supreme Court