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NCAT is a tribunal that hears and decides civil and administrative cases in New South Wales.
NCAT can decide disputes between consumers and businesses, including general consumer claims, motor vehicle and retail lease disputes.
Comsumer complaints up to the value of $40,000 about the supply of goods or services in NSW.
Disputes about commissions and fees charged by a licenced agent.
Disputes about claimed stolen goods in possession of a pawnbroker or second-hand dealer.
Consumer complaints against motor dealers or repairers, and contract disputes between a motor dealer and manufacturer.
Disputes about conveyancing costs charged by a licensed conveyancer
Retail lease disputes between a landlord and a tenant of a retail shop in NSW
Disputes about uncollected or abandoned goods