About tribunals in the NT

A tribunal is similar to a court, but is less formal and deals with claims or disputes for specific areas.

The people who have been given the authority to decide on issues that go before are tribunals are not judges or magistrates.

They are professional people with specialised knowledge in that area.

Tribunals are often closed to the public.

Tribunals in the Northern Territory

There are several tribunals in the NT.

Click on the links to find out more information about these tribunals.

Northern Territory Civil Administrative Tribunal

Mental Health Review Tribunal

Go to the Department of Attorney-General and Justice website for information about the Alcohol Mandatory Treatment Tribunal.

Last updated: 06 February 2019

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