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Victorian Civil And Administrative Tribunal / Their 'orders' are worthless

1 55 King Street, Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Review updated:
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More 4 VCAT Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal are Absolute Toothless Tigers, big toothless CATs! their 'members' (aka wanna be judge but without the brains or the legal clout)are incapable of intelligent thought let alone deciphering law! they are also socialist dogs who are always on the side of the consumer ignoring basic law and contractual terms. Here is what you do if you have had order against you by them ignore it, and they go away BECAUSE they are NOT the judiciary they are not the law and ultimately have to rely on the courts to reinforce their 'orders' in other words they are A JOKE, and only set up as an administrative system pretending to be the law, the entire semi legal structure and style is frankly a joke- it is only a matter of time that people realise that it is nothing more than ineffective public wasting of our tax money, that organisation like VCAT, NCAT, QCAT and any other toothless cat will be laughing stock needing the government to pull the plug on yet another ineffective joke of an institution. What use is a ' semi legal' but not really juridical organisation anyway, its an administrative system to allow high paying jobs to useless 'members' that are in fact nothing more than a but without its powers. So rather than waste your time or even worry, ignore them and watch what happens; nothing! VCAT/NCAT/QCAT... ALL CATs missing teeth or capacity!:)

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Jan 6, 2016
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  • Ye
      5th of Jul, 2016
    0 Votes

    Cash-tribunal for lawyer rejects and try-hards.
    Infiltrated by 'conflicts of interest'. Cases decided on elements unrelated to natural justice.
    Every legal person knows - VCAT smells
    The silly & corrupt President sets the standard - get back to the barracks...

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