NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal (NCAT)

Peaks’ Submission to Civil and Administrative Tribunal Review on Guardianship

MHCC collaborated with five other peaks led by the Council for Intellectual Disability, to reflect on the Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act and the Guardianship Division. The Guardianship Division protects the rights of people with disability with processes that maximise inclusion. The submission outlines three key provisions that need protecting.

5 Year Statutory Review: NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal Act 2013

MHCC urged the Department of Justice to maintain a number of features to NSW Guardianship hearings which other jurisdictions in Australia have dropped. We believe these elements are critical to better enabling people with complex conditions, their families and support persons to participate in hearings; supported by tribunal members who have the skills to make […]

Maximising the participation in guardianship proceedings: Draft guidelines

In general MHCC supported draft Guidelines that aim to maximise participation of the represented person in Australian Tribunals. Whilst the Guidelines are written for Tribunal Members, they also need to be clear to participants and their support persons. Tribunal Members need to know who can provide support to the participant prior to a hearing and […]