Rental property disputes in Victoria between renters (tenants) and rental providers (landlords), residents and owners of caravan parks or rooming houses, renters and the Director of Housing, site tenants and site owners, and about specialist disability accommodation and supported residential services.
Before you apply
Find out about what residential tenancy issues you can bring to VCAT, time frames, application fees and how to apply.
Respond to a claim made against you
When you get a notice or SMS from VCAT, find out what this means for you, what your options are and what happens next.
Join a VCAT case
If you want someone to join a case about a residential tenancy that is already at VCAT, find out what your options are and what you need to do.
After you apply
After you apply to VCAT, understand the VCAT process, find out what you need to do and what happens next.
Common residential tenancy issues and section numbers
See a list of the most common types of renting issues taken to VCAT.
How to access documents in a residential tenancy case
If you’re part of a residential tenancy case, at VCAT, it's important to organise the documents you plan to use as evidence and send them to VCAT and the other parties.