The State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) is an independent body that reviews a wide range of government decisions and determines disputes. SAT's jurisdiction extends to guardianship and administration, equal opportunity, vocational regulation, resources and development, including town planning, and commercial and civil disputes.
The SAT can help resolve a dispute, and review and make a broad range of decisions.
As a result of amendments made by the State Administrative Tribunal Amendment Rules 2022, from 1 July 2023 it is no longer possible to file any documents in the State Administrative Tribunal by email. Documents must be filed using the eCourts Portal, or alternatively by lodgment in person at the Tribunal’s Registry, or by post or facsimile.