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's jurisdiction and diverse case types are generally managed through its four Divisions and the Appeal Panel.
Reviews administrative decisions made by government agencies and resolves anti-discrimination matters
Resolves a wide range of everyday disputes such as tenancy and other property issues, and consumer claims
Hears application about people with a decision-making disability who may need a legally appointed decision maker
Reviews decisions by government agencies about licensing and complaints concerning professional conduct and discipline
Hears internal appeals from decisions made by NCAT's Divisions where there is a right of appeal