Dispute Resolution

Information on dispute resolution in general federal law cases.

Administrative Law

Information on the Administrative Decisions (Judicial Review) Act and the Federal Circuit Courts jurisdiction under the act. Information includes forms, fees, and relevant legislation.

Admiralty Law

Information on the Federal Circuit Courts jurisdiction in maritime claims or claims for damage done to a ship. Information includes forms, fees, notices and relevant legislation.

Bankruptcy

This section contains information about bankruptcy matters in the Federal Circuit Court of Australia. Information includes forms, fees, notices and relevant legislation.

Child Support

Information about what type of child support applications and appeals can be filed in the Federal Circuit Court. Information includes forms, fees, brochure and relevant legislation.

Consumer Matters

Consumer credit matters under the National Consumer Credit Protection Act 2009 with provision for access to small claims procedures in relation to certain compensation matters. Information includes forms, fees and relevant legislation.

Human Rights

The Federal Circuit Court has jurisdiction with respect to civil matters arising under Part IIB or IIC of the Australian Human Rights Commission Act 1986. This includes sex discrimination, racial discrimination, disability discrimination and age discrimination. Information includes forms, fees, and relevant legislation.

Industrial Law

The Federal Circuit Court was established to deal with matters which were originally commenced at Fair Work Commission. The Federal Circuit Court also has a Small Claims Jurisdiction, where the filing fee is cheaper and if the monetary amount you are seeking to claim is less than $20,000. Information includes forms, fees and relevant legislation.

Intellectual Property

Information in relation to Design and Trade Marks. Information includes forms, fees and relevant legislation.

Migration

The Federal Circuit Court of Australia (the Court) can review some decisions made under the Migration Act 1958. These include decisions made by the Minister for Immigration and Border Protection (the Minister), the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) and the Immigration Assessment Authority (IAA). Information includes brochures (including translated versions), forms, fees and relevant legislation.

Privacy

The Federal Circuit Court has concurrent jurisdiction with the Federal Court to enforce determinations of the Privacy Commissioner, and private sector adjudicators, under the Privacy Act 1988. Information includes forms, fees and relevant legislation.

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