What can I expect at NCAT hearing?

What can I expect at NCAT hearing?

What happens at the hearing? The Tribunal Member will ask questions about your application, and both parties show their evidence and ask questions of each other. The Tribunal Member may ask that evidence is sworn or affirmed.

How do I prepare for an NCAT hearing?

Gather your evidence Collect all documents and other things you are going to rely on. Keep in mind that all parties have the right to view each other’s evidence. Organise your evidence in a folder for easy access during the hearing. Bring copies to give to the other party and to NCAT.

What cases does NCAT hear?

Select from the following case types to find out how NCAT can resolve your issue or dispute.

  • Housing and property. Applications about renting, strata and other residential property disputes.
  • Consumers and businesses. Disputes about the supply of goods and services, and retail lease disputes.
  • Guardianship.

    What happens after a tribunal hearing?

    If the tribunal give you their decision later on in writing, there may be an organisation which can help you to understand it. If you’ve won, the tribunal might take a break to allow you and your employer to try to agree a settlement. It can be good for both sides to agree a settlement, even at this stage.

    What types of matters does the NCAT handle?

    NCAT provides a specialist tribunal service over a range of legal matters which commonly include tenancy disputes, consumer claims, administrative reviews, home building disputes plus a whole lot more. The types of matters dealt with by NCAT are both broad and diverse.

    What can I expect at a tribunal preliminary hearing?

    At a preliminary hearing the judge could: decide when the main employment tribunal hearing will be. discuss specific parts of your case. decide whether any of your claims or your employer’s responses should not be discussed at the main hearing (this means that they are ‘struck out’)

    What two ADR processes does the NCAT use?

    Resolve a case by agreement

    • Conciliation.
    • Mediation.

    Who attends the preliminary hearing?

    Who needs to attend? Other than in exceptional cases, the representatives from both parties must be in attendance at a preliminary hearing. Where the Tribunal need to decide a preliminary issue, witnesses may also need to attend.

    Who is the Minister for NCAT?

    Hon Mark Speakman
    The New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) is an administrative law tribunal in New South Wales established by statute on 1 January 2014….New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

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    Minister responsible The Hon Mark Speakman MP, Attorney General of New South Wales

    What evidence is needed at the preliminary hearing?

    The burden of proof at these hearings is on the prosecutor and he/she must show that: there is enough probable cause to show that a crime was committed, and. there is enough probable cause to believe that the defendant is the person who committed that crime.