If you and the other party came to an agreement after conciliation at the Anti-Discrimination Board, and the other party has not fulfilled their side of the agreement, NCAT may be able to help.
You can apply to NCAT for the agreement to be registered. Once the agreement is registered, it can be enforced as an order of the Tribunal. For more information about enforcing orders, contact
These are the steps you need to follow to register the conciliation agreement.
Step 1: Check the conciliation agreement dateStep 2: Fill in an application form Step 3: Give the application and the Notice of hearing on the other partiesStep 4: File an Affidavit of ServiceStep 5: Receive a written response to the application from the other partyStep 6: Attend the registration hearingStep 7: Receive a letter from NCAT telling you the orders that have been made
You cannot apply to have an agreement registered more than 6 months after the date of the conciliation agreement.
You must fill out a
general application form. When filling in the form, you need to identify the parts of the conciliation agreement (the terms) that you want registered.
The only terms of a conciliation agreement that can be registered are those that the Tribunal would have had power to order if the complaint had been heard by the Tribunal. This means the Tribunal can only register the following terms of an agreement: