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.
After the hearing, NCAT will generally make a decision and orders. An order is a legally enforceable direction for a person or company to do something.
When NCAT makes an order or decision, you have certain rights and obligations
Is an order made by NCAT's Guardianship Division not working in the best interests of the person?
A selection of NCAT decisions are published on the NSW Caselaw website
If the other party does not follow the order, enforcement options may be available to you
Request a copy of the sound recording and arrange a transcript
There are limited circumstances where party can apply for an award of costs