The AAT provides a one-stop shop for the independent review of a wide range of decisions made by the Australian Government. We can review decisions made under Commonwealth and Norfolk Island laws. They aim to make our review process accessible, fair, just, economical, informal and quick.
The Office of Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading (CAFT) provides a diverse and extensive range of services and information to the Tasmanian community, in order to encourage a fair, safe and equitable marketplace.
The Hobart Family Relationship Centre provides information and referrals for families at any stage of their relationships, as well as individual interviews, information sessions and joint sessions for separating or separated families.
The Family Court of Australia, through its specialist judges and staff, assists Australians to resolve their most complex legal family disputes. The Family Court is a superior court of record established by Parliament in 1975 under Chapter 3 of the Constitution and deals with more complex matters. These may include: Parenting cases including those that involve a child welfare agency and/or
The Commonwealth Ombudsman deals with complaints about Commonwealth Government departments and agencies, and is also the Ombudsman for: Private Health Insurance Overseas Students VET Student Loans the Defence Force Immigration Law Enforcement the Postal Industry the Australian Capital Territory Norfolk Island The Commonwealth Ombudsman is also responsible for: oversight of the Commonwealth Public Interest Disclosure scheme inspection and monitoring of controlled operations and surveillance devices
They aim to assist parents and other carers to become child focused when making plans for their families. They also aim for people who have contact with the Centre to have a positive experience and to receive support that is useful, useable and user friendly.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is an independent Commonwealth statutory authority whose role is to enforce the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 and a range of additional legislation, promoting competition, fair trading and regulating national infrastructure for the benefit of all Australians.
The Federal Circuit Court of Australia was established by the Federal Circuit Court of Australia Act 1999 formerly the Federal Magistrates Act) and its jurisdiction at inception was conferred by the Federal Magistrates (Consequential Amendments) Act 1999. These Acts received royal assent on 23 December 1999. The Court is an independent federal court under the Australian Constitution. It is a federal court of
Community Corrections Tasmania supervises offenders on Probation Orders, Parole Orders, Drug Treatment Orders and Community Service Orders (CSOs), prepare Pre-Parole Reports (PPRs) for the Parole Board and Pre-Sentence Reports and CSO suitability reports for the courts.