A change to the date of a directions hearing, mediation, compulsory conference or hearing is called an adjournment. Use this form if you want to ask VCAT to change the date of your hearing.
Use this form to seek consent to an adjournmentA change to the date of a directions hearing, mediation, compulsory conference or hearing is called an adjournment. from all parties.
Use this affidavitA written statement where the contents are sworn or affirmed to be true. Affidavits must be signed in front of a witness who is an 'authorised person'. if you want a court to enforce a VCAT monetary order.
Use this form to make an application under the DisabilityA condition that restricts a person's physical or mental capacity to interact in their environment. Disability can be temporary, situational or permanent. Act 2006, an order under the Equal Opportunity Act 2010 or the Racial and Religious Tolerance Act 2001, a section 89 exemption from the provisions of the Equal Opportunity Act 2010, an application for interim orderA temporary tribunal order that stays in place only until VCAT can make a decision on the issue at a full hearing. or injunctionAn order that stops a party from doing something, or makes a party do something. , an application to have a VCAT proceeding struck out or dismissed under the VCAT Act 1998 or registration of a concilliation agreement.Online form
Use this for an existing application. Do not use this form to start a new application with VCAT.
Use this application form if you are seeking leaveAsk for permission. to withdraw a proceeding at VCAT at any time before a final decision is made.
Use this form to apply to VCAT for a review of an order that affects you, on the grounds that you did not appear and were not represented at the hearingThe time and place at which VCAT hears the parties argue their case and makes a decision. . Make this application under section 120 of the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 1998.
If you are a partyA person or organisation directly involved in a VCAT case, including a person or organisation that has brought the case before VCAT or who is defending claims made against them. or a representative in a VCAT case, use this form to apply to use technology in the hearingThe time and place at which VCAT hears the parties argue their case and makes a decision. . This includes applying to attend a hearing by phone or video conference.
Use this form if you have a complaint about a tribunal memberA person who hears and decides cases at VCAT. Some members are specialists in particular areas of law. , staff member, service or process at VCAT
Any memberA 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.