NCAT conducts hearings about appeals against a decision of an Adjudicator, and other types of community schemes disputes such as penalty orders, amending or revoking orders and unit entitlements.
Strata Applications before 30 November
The following information applies to all Strata Schemes Applications for Tribunal orders under the Strata Schemes Management Act 1996 that were lodged with NCAT before 30 November 2016.
Adjudicator's decisions are appealed to NCAT by applying for Tribunal orders. You will need to provide details of the order being appealed against and explain why you believe the Adjudicator was wrong at law or on the facts.
Download the Community schemes application for Tribunal orders [PDF 435kB].
The following time frames apply when appealing an Adjudicator's decision:
Some community schemes disputes types that are resolved at hearing before a Tribunal Member include:
After all parties have given their evidence, the Tribunal Member will make orders and explain why those orders were made. Sometimes the Tribunal Member may want more time to think about the evidence presented and will not make a decision on the day. The orders and written reasons for the decision will be sent to the parties at a later date.
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