The NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal developed a new resource that explains the rights and obligations of parties.
The High Court has ruled NCAT doesn't have jurisdiction where one or more of the parties to the dispute are interstate.
NCAT has updated its strata application form to include orders about the new window safety device requirements.
The Attorney General will be involved in a special NCAT hearing on 12 April 2018 involving the out of state case issue.
Interstate parties to a residential tenancies dispute can now have the matter heard and resolved at NCAT.
NCAT will hold its last hearing on 22 December 2017 for all Divisions except for the Guardianship Division.
REINSW CEO Tim McKibbin has labelled legislative changes to NCAT as unsatisfactory.
Does strata's new legislation have a potential loophole that allow lot owners to ignore NCAT orders?
Electronic evidence can be presented at a NCAT hearing.
The NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal, which handles disputes between tenants and landlords, currently has no jurisdiction if one party lives in another state.
REINSW calls on the government to to amend NCAT legislation immediately.
NCAT has updated its schedule of fees and charges for applications and appeals.
NCAT's latest consultation meeting reported some important changes and updates.
What do you do if a tenant dies in the property with no next of kin?
NCAT’s Gosford centre is set to have its service reduced from 5 December 2016.
One of the main forums for resolving tenancy disputes between landlords and tenants in NSW is NCAT.
NCAT has produced four videos which dramatise different scenarios to help people prepare for cases.
Find out tips on how to handle the non-payment of rent and what to do if you go to an NCAT Tribunal.
NCAT has updated its fees and charges, plus there are many other changes afoot.
NCAT expert Tim Anderson explains how a property manager can be fully prepared for an NCAT hearing.