Access to documents for renting cases

Read this guide for information on who can access documents in a residential tenancies case.

Account by Administrator frequently asked questions

This summary of frequently asked questions (FAQs) will assist VCAT appointed administrators to prepare and lodge the annual online Account by Administrator (ABA).

Affidavit proforma

Use this template to create an affidavit

Alternative procedure affidavit - section 335 of the Residential Tenancies Act 1997

Use this affidavit A written statement where the contents are sworn or affirmed to be true. Affidavits mu​st be signed in front of a witness who is an 'authorised person'. template for a possession order where the tenant owes at least 14 days’ rent to the landlord.

Calculating elapsed days in failure applications

Planning and Environment List A List is an area in VCAT that deals with cases of a similar nature. For example, the Residential Tenancies List decides cases between tenants and landlords, and the Civil Claims List handles disputes about buying or selling goods and services. : Applications for review of a failure to make a decision can only be made after a prescribed number of days has elapsed. Use this guide to calculate whether the prescribed number of days has elapsed so that you can make an application.

Caravan park owner guide to the Residential Tenancies List application form

Read this guide if you are a caravan park owner and you want to make an application to the Residential Tenancies List A List is an area in VCAT that deals with cases of a similar nature. For example, the Residential Tenancies List decides cases between tenants and landlords, and the Civil Claims List handles disputes about buying or selling goods and services. .

Caravan park resident guide to the Residential Tenancies List application form

Read this guide if you are a caravan park resident and you want to make an application to the Residential Tenancies List A List is an area in VCAT that deals with cases of a similar nature. For example, the Residential Tenancies List decides cases between tenants and landlords, and the Civil Claims List handles disputes about buying or selling goods and services. .

Complaints policy

Any member A person who hears and decides cases at VCAT. Some members are specialists in particular areas of law. of the public or group of people (including companies or public sector agencies) can make a complaint. We are committed to certain principles when handling a complaint.

Current objector applications for review

Section 82 report: This information allows councils and responsible authorities to check whether VCAT has received objections to permit applications within the required 28 days.

Factsheet – Equal Opportunity exemption applications

Read about what factors VCAT considers in granting a temporary exemption from the provisions of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010.