Applications made under the Partnership Act 1891
From 5 July 2018, SACAT will have original jurisdiction under the Partnerships Act 1891. This will enable SACAT to make its own decisions under the Act.
Types of Decisions that can be made by SACAT
SACAT can grant or refuse permission for a person convicted of certain offences to carry on a business as a general partner.
Applications of this kind will be handled by SACAT’s Administrative and Disciplinary Stream.
There is no time limit for applications of this kind.
Before applying to SACAT for a decision under the Partnership Act 1891 you must:
- If you intend to apply for permission to SACAT, you must give the Corporate Affairs Commission (Consumer and Business Service) at least 28 days’ notice of your application.
How to apply:
Click here to start an online application. In the field entitled ‘Type keyword here’ contained within Step 2 type the word ‘partnership’ as shown below and then scroll down to select the correct application type.
If you are not sure if you have selected the correct application type you can hover over the ‘question mark’ on the right-hand side to see a brief description of the application you have selected.
If you have any further questions or you would like a staff member from SACAT to assist you to complete the application over the telephone please call SACAT on 1800 723 767 (and press menu option 3).
There is a filing fee applicable for this type of application. Payment can be made on-line by credit card at the time of completing the on-line form, or by using one of the other options outlined in the payment section of the on-line form.
Click here to see a list of current fees and information about payment methods and fee waiver options.
Organisations that may be able to assist you:
- Consumer and Business Services - www.cbs.sa.gov.au – 131 882
- Legal Services Commission - www.lsc.sa.gov.au – The Legal Services Commission offer a free telephone legal advice line and other methods of advice for members of the public.
- Welfare Rights Centre - www.wrcsa.org.au – The Welfare Rights Centre will provide free legal advice to people who are low income earners or are at risk of homelessness. In some instances the Welfare Rights Centre may represent a member of public at the Tribunal.