Webinar: Starting an Application in QCAT

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This webinar was presented on 26 February 2014 by James Tan (Lawyer) who has run numerous QCAT and litigation matters.

Minor Debts | Consumer Disputes | Residential Tenancy Disputes | Dividing Fences.

What is QCAT?

    • Outline of what QCAT is and its powers;
    • When should you use QCAT vs Magistrates Court;
    • Outline self representation and powers of Members in QCAT

What is a cause of action?

Minor Civil Dispute – Minor Debt

    • What is a minor debt, and what sort of claims fall into this category
    • Prescribed Limit;
    • What sort of remedies can you get;

Minor Civil Dispute – Consumer Dispute

    • What differentiates this from a Minor Debt;
    • Prescribed Limit

When should you use app for minor debt vs app for consumer dispute?

    • Minor Civil Dispute – Residential Tenancy Dispute
    • What sort of issues can arise

What remedies are available?

    • Short mention of some of the other disputes QCAT may have jurisdiction over
    • Minor Civil Dispute – Dividing Fences

Building Disputes?

What to bring when seeing your lawyer to improve your value from the initial conference

This webinar was presented on 26 February 2014 by James Tan (Lawyer) who has run numerous QCAT and litigation matters.

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