NCAT's Administrative and Equal Opportunity Division deals with the following matter types.
NCAT can review decisions by government agencies about licences for possessing and using firearms. You should have received a letter from the firearms registry telling you of your right to have the decision reviewed by the NCAT. Learn more about firearm licensing matters.
You cannot lodge a complaint directly to NCAT. If you believe that someone has breached the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977, you must first complain to the Anti-Discrimination Board. Learn more about discrimination matters.
You may apply to NCAT to review decisions made by the Chief Commissioner of State Revenue about State tax assessments and some types of State grants. Learn more about state revenue matters.
Not all decisions made by an agency can be reviewed by NCAT. In most cases you will receive a letter informing you of your right to have the decision reviewed by NCAT. Learn more about child care providers, authorised carers and community welfare matters.
NCAT reviews decisions made by a government agency or department about whether to release information under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009. Learn more about government information access matters.
NCAT reviews conduct by a government agency about the privacy of personal information. Learn more about privacy of person information matters.
NCAT can review some decisions made by the Commissioner of Victims Rights under the Victims Rights and Support Act 2013. Learn more about victims recognition or restitution payment matters.
If you do not agree with a decision made by a NSW government agency you may be able to get the decision reviewed by NCAT. NCAT can only review decisions which are specified in the legislation under which the decision is made, including decisions made by the NSW Trustee and Guardian. Learn more about other reviews or appeals about government agency decisions.
NCAT can review decisions made by the Children's Guardian to refuse to grant a clearance, to cancel a clearance, or to impose an interim bar (if the bar has been in force for over 6 months). Learn more about working with children checks matters.
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