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If you would like to apply to the Disputes Tribunal, you can apply using an online smartform

 

Apply to the Disputes Tribunal online

IMPORTANT: The Disputes Tribunal does not have the authority to make decisions relating to debts. Learn more about the jurisdiction of the Disputes Tribunal.

Once you start the application, you cannot save it and go back to it later, so it is important to make sure you have all the information you need to complete the form before start your online application.

Learn more about How to Make a Claim with the Disputes Tribunal.

After you have submitted your application, a copy will be posted to you with details of your hearing.

 

Before you start your online application, you will need:

  • to know which District Court is nearest to you.  Find your local court.
  • a scanned version of a completed and signed Agreement to Extend Financial Limit form (if you are applying for more than $15,000 (and less than $20,000)).
  • Any evidence or documents related to your application. Documents must be:
  • Your insurers details (if your claim could be covered by your insurer).

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Once you have submitted your application, a copy will be
sent to you along with details regarding your hearing.

 

Apply for a re-hearing at the Disputes Tribunal online

An application for rehearing can only be made after you have been to the Disputes Tribunal and an ‘order’ has been made.

Once you start the application, you cannot save it and go back to it later, so it is important to make sure you have all the information you need to complete the form before start your online application.

After you have submitted your application, a copy will be posted to you with details of your hearing.

To apply online you will need:

  • the case (CIV) number from the Tribunal's decision for which you would like a re-hearing.
  • Any evidence or documents related to your application. Documents must be:

Apply Online

Once you have submitted your application, a copy will be
sent to you along with details regarding your hearing.