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The Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) is an independent tribunal which actively resolves disputes in a way that is fair, just, accessible, quick and inexpensive.

QCAT makes decisions on a range of jurisdictions including:

  • minor civil disputes (including consumer, debt and residential tenancy disputes)
  • human rights (e.g. anti-discrimination, guardianship and administration for adults, children and young people matters)
  • civil (e.g. building disputes and tree disputes)
  • administrative (reviews of decisions by government agencies and statutory authorities)
  • disciplinary (e.g. police and health professionals).

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Last reviewed
21 June 2011
Last updated
28 January 2015

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