Hearings and listings
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|Case Number||Name||Hearing Date|
|RT/0171/21||Commissioner for Social Housing v Sarah Louise Mendoza||20 Apr 2021 2:00 PM|
|AA/0009/21||Harrison v Sun||20 Apr 2021 10:00 AM|
|RT/0277/21||Alexander Proudfoot v Fiona Hopkins & Gesuarda Hopkins||20 Apr 2021 12:00 PM|
|RT/0272/21||Caren Wu & Juntao Song v Keri Ann Cahif & Ashley Cahif||20 Apr 2021 11:00 AM|
|RT/0227/21||Keep Renting Pty Ltd ACN 603 797 664 v Kathleen Leftwich & Zacherie Hicks & Charles Pratt & Jade Garrett||20 Apr 2021 10:00 AM|
|XD/1519/19||Trustees Of The Roman Catholic Church For The Archdiocese Of Canberra And Goulburn as Trustee for St Mary MacKillop College Canberra v David Armati||20 Apr 2021 12:00 PM|
|RT/0071/21||Xiong & Anor v Rahman||20 Apr 2021 11:30 AM|
|XD/1175/20||Benchmark Timber Flooring Pty Limited ACN 156 126 706 Trading As Canberra Floorworld v Ildiko Auer||20 Apr 2021 10:30 AM|
|XD/0123/21||The Owners - Units Plan No 928 v Peter Donald Knight & Suzette Emma Knight||20 Apr 2021 3:30 PM|
|XD/0089/21||The Owners - Units Plan No 2034 v S. Pelle Pty Limited ACN 008 519 113||20 Apr 2021 2:30 PM|
|XD/0100/21||Hans Van Haalen v Your Local Plumbing Pty Ltd ACN 605 979 235||20 Apr 2021 1:30 PM|
|XD/0090/21||The Owners - Units Plan No 2756 v Steven Darcy Smith & Kathleen Narelle Garcia||20 Apr 2021 11:30 AM|
|XD/0046/21||Ashley Louise Robertson v Narelle Staniforth||20 Apr 2021 10:30 AM|
|XD/0114/21||Wagdy Hanna v Salmon Street Ltd ACN 004 125 197 & McGrath Canberra Pty Ltd ACN 093 024 107||20 Apr 2021 9:30 AM|
|XD/1221/20||Tyson Lange v Anne Duck||20 Apr 2021 9:00 AM|
|AA/0029/20||Quach v Telstra Corporation Limited ACN 051 775 556||21 Apr 2021 10:00 AM|
|UT/0007/21||Owners Corporation UP 3941 v Hedgecoe & Anor||21 Apr 2021 1:30 PM|
|XD/0540/20||McIntyre & Harrison Electrical Pty Ltd ACN 614 747 732 v Timothy Ryan Cleaver||21 Apr 2021 11:30 AM|
|XD/0071/21||Greg Baynham v Helen Burke||21 Apr 2021 10:30 AM|
|XD/0042/21||Jessica McGill v Myurra Sivapalan||21 Apr 2021 9:30 AM|
|RT/0094/21||Barr v Veli||21 Apr 2021 2:00 PM|
|XD/1257/20||Capital Construction Trade Group Pty Ltd ACN 613 105 589 v Marilena Damiano||21 Apr 2021 10:00 AM|
|XD/0084/21||Bilal v Diao||21 Apr 2021 2:00 PM|
|XD/0069/21||Hiep Tran v John Mannix||21 Apr 2021 11:00 AM|
|UT/0044/20||Abbott v Owners Corporation - Units Plan 371||21 Apr 2021 10:00 AM|
|OR/0021/20||Macphillamy v Council of the Law Society of the ACT||22 Apr 2021 10:00 AM|
|UT/0004/21||Tracey v Mossop & Ors||22 Apr 2021 2:00 PM|
|RT/0239/21||Edward Mimar & Sepideh Mimar v Trustees of The Roman Catholic Church for the Archdiocese of Canberra & Goulburn||22 Apr 2021 11:30 AM|
|RT/0234/21||Grant Mazowita v Timothy Richmond & Judith Richmond||22 Apr 2021 10:30 AM|
|RT/0044/21||Angelo Barletta v Bazlun Bilkis & Mohammad Hussain||22 Apr 2021 9:30 AM|
|RT/0108/21||Commissioner for Social Housing v Zachary Phillip Guest||22 Apr 2021 2:00 PM|
|RT/0185/21||Chaochen Xu v Zhenlu Xuan & Yifei Han||22 Apr 2021 12:00 PM|
|RT/0232/21||The Trustee for the South Canberra Village Unit Trust v Juanito Marzan||22 Apr 2021 11:30 AM|
|RT/0286/21||Oats v Argyle Community Housing||22 Apr 2021 11:00 AM|
|RT/0292/21||Ivan Cengic v Commissioner for Social Housing||22 Apr 2021 10:30 AM|
|RT/0289/21||Commissioner for Social Housing v Sienna Moore||22 Apr 2021 9:30 AM|
|RT/0288/21||Commissioner for Social Housing v Kylie-Ann Bullock||22 Apr 2021 9:30 AM|
|RT/0230/21||Commissioner for Social Housing v Steven Ayres||22 Apr 2021 9:30 AM|
|AA/0012/21||Jorgensen v South Canberra Holdings Pty Ltd ACN 606 747 602||23 Apr 2021 10:00 AM|
|AT/0018/21||Chisholm Village Pty Ltd v ACT Planning & Land Authority||23 Apr 2021 4:00 PM|
|AA/0019/21||Sidebotham & Anor v Koh||23 Apr 2021 3:00 PM|
|AA/0018/21||Hamers v South Canberra Holdings Pty Ltd ACN 606 747 602||23 Apr 2021 2:00 PM|
|AA/0017/21||QE Family Pty Ltd ACN 138 123 154 v Australian Taxation Office||23 Apr 2021 12:00 PM|
|AT/0016/21||Shaw Building Group Pty Ltd ACN 096 942 077 v ACT Planning and Land Authority||23 Apr 2021 11:00 AM|
|AT/0011/21||Van Dartel v Child and Youth Protection Services||23 Apr 2021 10:00 AM|
|XD/1273/20||Tricia Van Der Walt & Stephen Van Der Walt v Shashi International Pty Ltd ACN 139 679 100 Trading As CBD Movers||23 Apr 2021 9:00 AM|
|XD/0748/20||Syed Usman Jamil v Qalandar Pty Ltd ACN 629 696 724||23 Apr 2021 10:00 AM|
|RT/0053/21||Andrew Warland & Bianca Warland v Catherene Skudder & Sione Mapaplangi||23 Apr 2021 2:00 PM|
|RT/0102/21||Huang v Zhang & Anor||23 Apr 2021 10:00 AM|
ACT Civil and Administrative TribunalA tribunal established under the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2008. It may also be referred to as ACAT or Tribunal.
Administrative reviewACAT has jurisdiction to review some administrative decisions made by the ACT Government. Find out about Review of ACT Government decisions.
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR)Also known as dispute resolution. This is a way of resolving disputes without a formal hearing. It may involve a preliminary conference or mediation. ADR is used to help parties resolve cases by agreement.
AnorMeans ‘and another’. This term is generally used to name parties to proceedings when there is more than one applicant or respondent.
Appeal TribunalA tribunal constituted under section 81 of the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal 2008 to review a decision of the tribunal (not all ACAT decisions are appealable at ACAT – you may need to go to the Supreme Court).
AppellantThe individual or company that appeals an ACAT decision.
ApplicantThe individual or company that brings a case to ACAT, usually by making an application.
Authorising lawsA law that says an application (including referrals) may be made to ACAT. An authorising law may also set out the powers ACAT has in a case. Also see ‘jurisdiction’.
Calling a witnessA party or their representative will ‘call a witness’ at an ACAT hearing when they ask a witness to give evidence.
CaseAlso known as a matter, dispute, application or referral. Cases come to ACAT when ACAT has jurisdiction (power) to make a decision.
Cross-examinationThe process of asking a witness questions to test or check the evidence that the witness has given to ACAT.
Defined benefitsare the following benefits (see section 33 of the MAI Act):
- income replacement benefits;
- treatment and care benefits;
- quality of life benefits;
- death benefits;
- funeral benefits.
Deliver a decisionAlso ‘handing down a decision’. This is giving a decision about an ACAT case. It may be done verbally or in writing (or both).
DirectionsInstructions that set out what each party must do (and when), often to prepare a case for hearing.
Directions hearingA short hearing where an ACAT Member or Registrar decides how to manage a case and what needs to be done before a hearing. Find out about directions hearings.
Ex parte orderAn order made by ACAT where one or more parties were not present.
Expert reportA written report from an expert that may be used as evidence.
Expert witnessA person with specialised knowledge based on their training, study or experience. An expert can give evidence at a hearing. Find out more about witness statements.
Final directions hearingSometimes ACAT will hold a final directions hearing prior to the final hearing of an application. The purpose is to make sure the case is ready to go to a hearing and give the parties a chance to ask questions about the hearing process.
Handed upGiving documents to an ACAT Member or Registrar in a hearing.
In chambersWhen ACAT considers something without holding a hearing.
Joined party (joined/joinder)A party who was not originally a party to the dispute but has later been added to the case.
JurisdictionACAT’s authority (power) to deal with, hear and decide applications (cases).
LeaveIf someone asks for leave, they are usually asking for permission to do something.
List (or listing)A schedule (or list) of cases to be heard at ACAT each day.
Listing noticeA letter or written document from ACAT that sets out when a conference, mediation or hearing is scheduled at ACAT.
MAI ActMotor Accident Injuries Act 2019 (ACT).
MediationA private meeting where parties discuss ways to resolve their dispute, with the help of an impartial mediator (who is also an ACAT Member or Registrar). It is held under section 35 of the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2008.
Non-publication and/or non-disclosure orderAlso called a ‘suppression order’. It is an order that requires certain information not to be published or disclosed. It is made under section 39 of the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2008. Find out about public hearings and confidentiality.
Opening statementUsually means a statement made at the beginning of a hearing to outline the key points in the case. Sometimes parties are asked to give an opening statement at a mediation or preliminary conference.
Originating applicationAn application that starts an ACAT case.
Party or partiesAn individual or company directly involved in an ACAT case, for example an applicant or respondent. Find out how to identify and name parties.
Preliminary conferenceA private meeting where parties discuss ways to resolve their dispute with the help of an ACAT Member or Registrar. See section 33 of the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2008. ACAT has different types of preliminary conferences.
RegistryThe administrative section of ACAT that accepts documents lodged by parties, handles enquiries and provides support for case management.
Relevant insurerfor a motor accident, means the insurer under the Motor Accident Injuries Act 2019 (see section 34) of the motor vehicle considered to be at fault for the motor accident in the ACT.
RepresentativeA person who represents or advocates for an individual or company at a conference, mediation or hearing at ACAT. For example, a legal practitioner or an attorney appointed under a general power of attorney.
Reserved decisionWhen an ACAT Member or Registrar reserves a decision (at the end of a hearing), this means they will give their decision later, either verbally or in writing (sometimes both).
RespondentThe party (or parties) against whom orders or relief is sought.
Serve/serviceA person who can give evidence at a hearing. Find out about witness statements.
Short service orderAn order that authorises a shorter time for service (than the time otherwise required).
Significant occupational impact (SOI)Significant impact on an injured person’s ability to undertake employment.
Statement of reasonsA document that explains why ACAT made an order in a case. It sets out the law relied on by an ACAT Member or Registrar and explains how the law was applied to the facts of the case. You can request a written statement of reasons within 14 days after an order is made. Find out about statement of reasons.
StayAn order for a particular action (or decision) to be put on hold or suspended for a period of time.
SubmissionA document that sets out your side of a case or dispute and the relevant law. It is presented to ACAT either in writing, verbally or both. Find out about submissions.
SubpoenaRequires a person to appear at ACAT to give evidence or provide documents (or both). Find out about subpoenas.
Substituted service orderAn order that says how a party is to be served with an application or other documents related to the proceedings. In a civil dispute or a rental dispute, an applicant will need to consider asking for a substituted service order if they do not have a physical address for the respondent. Find out about lodging and serving documents.
WitnessA person who can give evidence at a hearing. Find out about witness statements.