the South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal
SACAT is a state tribunal that helps South Australians resolve issues within specific areas of law, either through agreement at a conference, conciliation or mediation, or through a decision of the Tribunal at hearing. SACAT also conducts reviews of Government decisions.
The Office of the Public Advocate is moving. From Tuesday 23 April 2019 they will be located at:
Level 8, Chesser House,95 Grenfell Street, Adelaide
For information about parking, public transport and accessibility, visit the our facilities page.
you can also check out our YouTube clip - travelling to SACAT.
From 1 April 2019, SACAT will have review jurisdiction under the Planning, Development and Infrastructure (Accredited Professionals) Regulations 2019 (the Regulations).
This will enable reviews of certain decisions made by the Chief Executive of the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure in relation to the accreditation of planning and building professionals.
Under the Regulations, SACAT will have jurisdiction to review decisions of the Chief Executive to:
Applications of this kind will be handled by SACAT’s Administrative & Disciplinary Stream. For further information click here.
From 1 February 2019, SACAT was conferred further jurisdiction under the Land Agents Act 1994.
The new jurisdiction primarily involves registration decisions and disciplinary action in relation to property managers employed by registered land agents.
SACAT is now be able to review additional decisions of the Commissioner for Consumer Affairs, being:
SACAT will also be able to receive and determine disciplinary actions against property managers.