What is NCAT?
The New South Wales Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT) is an independent tribunal that deals with a wide range of disputes and makes binding decisions in the state of New South Wales, Australia. NCAT has the power to hear and decide disputes in a wide range of areas, including consumer complaints, strata disputes, tenancy disputes, guardianship, and administrative and government decisions.
NCAT aims to provide a fair, informal, and accessible forum for resolving disputes, with the goal of providing a quick and cost-effective alternative to court proceedings. It has the power to make binding decisions and can also make orders to enforce its decisions.
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