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.
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NCAT is a tribunal that hears and decides civil and administrative cases in New South Wales.
NCAT decides a wide range of cases about housing and property such as renting, strata and other residential property disputes.
Disputes between tenants and landlords about repairs, unpaid rent, rental bond and ending the tenancy
Strata schemes and other community living including residential communities, boarding houses and retirement villages
Disputes about residential building work including construction of a new home or renovating an existing home
Disputes between social housing providers and tenants in public, community and Aboriginal housing
Disputes about a dividing fence between neighbouring properties
Disputes between tenants and land owners about a farm used for agricultural purposes