State Administrative Tribunal

SAT Building and artwork

SAT Building and artwork

SAT Building and artwork

SAT Building and artwork

SAT Building and artwork

SAT Building and artwork

Images: SAT building and Public Artwork on Levels 1 to 6 in the State Administrative Tribunal Building - by: Clare McFarlane;

Title of Work: 'Levels of a Forest, 2015'  Level 1 - Leaf Litter; Level 2 - Undergrowth; Level 3 - Trunks; Level 4 - Branches; Level 5 - Canopy; Level 6 - Clouds and Sky

Welcome

The State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) in Western Australia deals with a broad range of administrative, commercial and personal matters. These matters span human rights, vocational regulation, commercial and civil disputes, and development and resources issues.

The Tribunal is the primary place for the review of decisions made by Government agencies, public officials and local governments. It also makes a wide variety of original decisions.

Before completing an application under the Guardianship & Administration Act 1990 the following may assist in determining if you can or need to bring an application before the Tribunal.

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Quick Links

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News

Annual Report Available
The SAT Annual Report for the 2018 - 2019 financial year has now been published. [27/09/2019]
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Justice Janine Pritchard appointed President
Justice Pritchard returns to the Tribunal as the new President and will commence her five-year term beginning on 4 June 2019. [16/05/2019]
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Seminar for Health Professionals
Seminars for Health Professionals on the Guardianship and Administration System [13/03/2019]
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Tribunal's hearing list
The West Australian newspaper has advised that they will no longer be publishing the Daily Hearing lists for Courts and Tribunals within the Department of Justice (WA). [21/02/2019]
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New President
The Hon. Justice Jeremy Curthoys will sit full time in the Supreme Court from 1 November 2018 [11/09/2018]
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