State Administrative Tribunal

Submitting Correspondence

Submitting any correspondence to the State Administrative Tribunal (the Tribunal) can be done via email, in person or fax.

Email - sat@justice.wa.gov.au

In person - Level 6, 565 Hay Street, Perth WA 6000

If you’re submitting documents in person this must be done between the hours of 8.30 am - 4.30 pm

Fax - (08) 9325 5099

 

Lodging submissions

Submissions should be lodged at the Tribunal 3 days prior to the hearing unless directed otherwise via Tribunal Order.  

Lodging submissions relating to a matter require the following:

  • the correct matter number
  • name of applicant and respondent or subject on the top of the submission.

 If your submission is by email please ensure you state the matter number and name/s in the subject line.

 For example:

  • Matter number – Name of applicant v Name of respondent; or
  • Matter number – Name of subject (this is relevant to guardianship and administration matters only)

 This information will ensure your submission is lodged on the correct matter file.

 

Lodging urgent submissions

Lodging a submission in person, or electronically to the Tribunal less than 3 days prior to the listed hearing is considered urgent.

In this event, you will need to provide the following:

  • State the submission is “Urgent”
  • the correct matter number
  • Date of hearing
  • name of applicant and respondent or subject on the top of the submission.
  • If submission is by email, state these in the subject line.

 For example:

  • URGENT: Matter number, Hearing date [insert date] – Name of applicant v Name of respondent; or
  • URGENT: Matter number, Hearing date [insert date] – Name of subject (this is relevant to guardianship and administration matters only)

 You should also bring a hardcopy of the document/s with you to the hearing (if attending in person).

 

Requesting to Vacate a Hearing

If your submission is to tell us you’re seeking to vacate a hearing within 3 days of the hearing date, then you must also call the Tribunal on 9219 3111 as soon as possible.


Last updated: 8-Oct-2019

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