State Administrative Tribunal

SAT Building and artwork

SAT Building and artwork

SAT Building and artwork

SAT Building and artwork

SAT Building and artwork

SAT Building and artwork

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Important Information About COVID-19

Current COVID-19 Information:

  • DO NOT enter the SAT building if you are required to quarantine or isolate, are unwell, especially with cold and flu like symptoms, or have been in contact with someone who has tested positive to COVID-19. If that is the case, and you have a hearing or mediation listed in the SAT, please call the SAT on 9219 3111 and staff will assist you.

  • Applications and other documents can be filed electronically through the eCourts Portal or otherwise by email. Documents can also be lodged by post or by leaving them in the secure box located on the ground floor of the SAT building.

  • In accordance with the requirements of the Court and Tribunal Worker (Restrictions on Access) Directions (Directions) the President of the SAT has required that all persons entering this court or tribunal site provide evidence of their vaccination status for inspection.  Please provide your evidence to the security.

  • ‘Court and tribunal workers’ (as defined in the Directions) who are not vaccinated as required by the Directions are not permitted to enter the SAT building.  Legal practitioners and their assistants may be ‘court and tribunal workers’ for the purposes of this requirement.

Court and Tribunal Public Notice 4 of 2022.

The Hon Justice Janine Pritchard's Direction.

The Hon Justice Janine Pritchard's Public Notice.

Public Notice 1 of 2022: Court and Tribunal Worker (Restrictions on Access) Directions

Further important information.

Welcome

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.

Before completing an application under the Guardianship & Administration Act 1990 the following may assist in determining if you can or need to bring an application before the Tribunal.

SAT eLodgment

The Tribunal's electronic case management system (ECMS) is available through the eLodgement system on the eCourts Portal. The eCourts Portal can be used for managing proceedings in the Tribunal and all Western Australian Courts, and it is available for use by the legal profession, government agencies and self-represented litigants.

Benefits of eLodgment include the ability to lodge applications and forms electronically, and to access documents and orders anytime.

Proceedings in the Tribunal’s jurisdiction are commenced by filing originating documents. All Tribunal originating documents are available to be lodged via the Portal. Once completed, you will receive a matter number for your reference and you will be able to file other (non-originating) documents using the ECMS. You can lodge:

  • Tribunal forms, which can be obtained from the Tribunal's website, completed and submitted; or
  • other documents, in which case you should select the appropriate document name from the options in the Portal, and then upload the complete document.

Filing fees are paid online and all court orders and listings can be accessed electronically by parties to the proceedings.

For more information see eLodgement.

Guardianship and Administration

Guardianship and Administration information and options available for people who may no longer be able to make reasonable decisions for themselves.

Those who are the subject of an application may find this fact sheet helpful "What to expect at a hearing (easy read)".

If you need to make an application under the new Guardianship and Administration provision section 110ZZ please telephone the Tribunal on 9219 3111.

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