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Courts and Tribunals

Links to all courts and tribunals in Victoria, Australia, as well as providing site links and a brief overview on each court and tribunal.

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NavigationChildren's Court of Victoria03 8638 3300The Children's Court of Victoria operates under the Children, Youth and Families Act 2005 as a specialist court with two divisions to deal with matters relating to children and young people.
NavigationCoroners Court of Victoria1300 309 519The Coroners Court of Victoria has a legal responsibility under the Coroners Act 2008 to undertake independent investigation of reportable deaths and fires for the purposes of finding causes, reducing preventable deaths, and promoting public health and safety.
NavigationCounty Court of Victoria03 8636 6510The County Court is the principal trial court in Victoria. The Court's civil and criminal jurisdictions place it above the Magistrates' Court and below the Supreme Court in the Victorian courts hierarchy. The County Court can hear matters at first instance and in some circumstances on appeal.
NavigationMagistrates' Court of Victoria03 9628 7777The Magistrates' Court of Victoria has a long and proud history of providing justice for the people of Victoria in local and regional Courts across the State.
NavigationSupreme Court of Victoria03 9603 9300The Supreme Court is the superior court in Victoria, and hears and determines substantial criminal and civil matters.
NavigationVictims of Crime Assistance Tribunal1800 882 752The Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal (VOCAT) is established by legislation to provide financial assistance to victims of violent crime committed in Victoria. We assist victims to recover from a crime by providing financial assistance for expenses incurred, or reasonably likely to be incurred, as a direct result of the crime.
NavigationVictorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal1300 01 8228The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) offers a one stop shop dealing with a range of disputes, providing Victorians with access to a civil justice system which is modern, accessible, efficient and cost effective.
NavigationCourt Services VictoriaThe Court Services Victoria Act 2014 established Court Services Victoria (CSV) as a statutory independent body, to provide the administrative services and facilities for Victoria's courts, VCAT and the Judicial College of Victoria, from 1 July 2014.
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