The State Administrative Tribunal (SAT) in Western Australia deals with a broad range of administrative, commercial and personal matters. These matters span human rights, vocational regulation, commercial and civil disputes, and development and resources issues.
The Tribunal is the primary place for the review of decisions made by Government agencies, public officials and local governments. It also makes a wide variety of original decisions.
Below are Quick links to common webpages:
SAT fees have increased
SAT’s fees have increased as of Tuesday, 1 July 2014. [27/06/2014]
Decisions Bulletins to Change
SAT’s popular Decisions Bulletins are being replaced [16/06/2014]
The President Hon Justice Jeremy Curthoys, has restructured the Tribunal [29/05/2014]
New Standard Orders
In May 2014, the Tribunal adopted a new set of standard orders [26/05/2014]
Submissions by email
SAT will now accept submissions by email. [02/05/2014]
New SAT President appointed
On 10 February 2014, Judge Jeremy Curthoys commenced as the new President of the State Administrative Tribunal. [18/02/2014]