ACAT bracing for big workload increase

Daniella White
Updated December 19 2019 - 7:03pm, first published 7:00pm

ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal presidential members want a pay rise to bring them near parity to ACT's magistrates, anticipating a more complex workload next year because of changes to rental laws and the new third party insurance scheme.

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Daniella White

ACT politics and health reporter Contact me with tips, story ideas, or just to have a chat, at daniella.white@canberratimes.com.au

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