NCAT deals with a broad and diverse range of cases. Select a case type to find out how NCAT can resolve your issue or dispute.
Read about the steps you need to take to resolve your case from application to decision.
Find forms and fees to apply or manage a case at NCAT.
Publications and resources to help you learn how NCAT works and resolve your case in a timely, cost-effective and efficient way.
Information about the help and support available at NCAT and in the wider community.
NCAT is a tribunal that hears and decides civil and administrative cases in New South Wales.
NCAT hears applications about people with a decision-making disability when informal arrangements are not working or there is a legal problem.
Appoint a guardian to make personal or lifestyle decisions for someone with decision making disabilities
Appoint a financial manager for someone who is not capable of managing their affairs
Consent for patients who cannot give consent to treatment for themselves
Review of an enduring guardianship appointment once the person has lost their capacity to make decisions
Review the making or operation and effect of an Enduring Power of Attorney
Recognition of a guardian or financial manager appointed by an interstate court or tribunal
Approval of a clinical trial involving a person with a decision making disability
Do you want a guardian or financial manager appointed to make decisions for you? Apply to NCAT to make orders for you
What to expect throughout the application and hearing process at NCAT and information on how best to prepare