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Jurisdiction and Operation of the State Administrative Tribunal


Inquiry status:Past
Date commenced:11 Nov 2008
Date Ended:20 May 2009
Committee:Legislation Committee
House:Legislative Council
Media Statements: 06/22/2007
Important Information:
Terms of Reference:
Section 173 of the State Administrative Tribunal Act 2004 provides that “As soon as practicable after the end of the period of 2 years after the day on which section 7 comes into operation [that period ended on 1 January 2007] an inquiry into the jurisdiction and operation of the Tribunal is to be conducted…”.

On Tuesday 29 May 2007 the Leader of the House gave notice of a motion that, under the State Administrative Tribunal Act 2004 section 173(b), the function of conducting an inquiry into the jurisdiction and operation of the State Administrative Tribunal be conferred upon the Standing Committee on Legislation. The Legislative Council agreed to that motion on 7 June 2007.

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Submission Number Submitting person/organisation
No submissions
Related Documents/Response to Questions on Notice:
DateTimeVenueOrganisationWitnessBroadcastTranscript
Videos:
Related Transcripts of Evidence:
Evidence by.. The Honourable Justice Michael Barker (President, State Administrative Tribunal); His Honour Judge John Chaney (Deputy President, State Administrative Tribunal); Mr Alexander Watt (Executive Officer, State Administrative Tribunal) on 21 Sep 2007
Evidence by.. The Hon Justice Michael Barker (President, State Administrative Tribunal); His Honour Judge John Chaney (Deputy President, State Administrative Tribunal); Mr Alexander Watt (Executive Officer, State Administrative Tribunal) on 15 Feb 2008
Evidence by.. Mr Gavan Jones (Director Higher Courts, Court and Tribunal Services, Department of the Attorney General); Mr Michael Johnson (Director, Magistrates Court and Tribunals, Court and Tribunal Sevices, Department of the Attorney General) on 25 Mar 2008
Evidence by.. Mr Garry Middle, Appeals Convenor, Office of the Appeals Convenor on 30 Apr 2008
Evidence by.. Mr Cameron Poustie, Principal Solicitor, Environmental Defender's Office of Western Australia on 30 Apr 2008
Evidence by.. Mr Robert Atkins (Acting Deputy Director General, Department of Environment and Conservation); Mr Colin Murray (Acting Director, Environmental Impact Assessment, Department of Environment and Conservation) on 30 Apr 2008
Evidence by.. Dr David Neck, President, Australian Veterinary Association on 7 May 2008
Evidence by.. Dr Paul Vogel, Chairman, Environmental Protection Authority on 7 May 2008
Evidence by.. Dr Sue Godkin (Registrar, Veterinary Surgeons Board); Dr Peter Punch (Chairman, Veterinary Surgeons Board); Mr Geoffrey Abbott (Barrister, Repesenting the Veterinary Surgeons Board) on 7 May 2008
Evidence by.. Ms Pauline Bagdonavicius (Public Advocate, Office of the Public Advocate); Ms Denise Fallon (Manager, Advocacy, Investigation and Legal, Office of the Public Advocate) on 7 May 2008
Evidence by.. Dr Ronald Chalmers (Director General, Disability Services Commission); Ms Francine Holder (Acting Principal Policy Officer, Disability Services Commission) on 14 May 2008
Evidence by.. Ms Margaret Halsmith (Chair, Board of LEADR Association of Dispute Resolvers); Mr Graham Castledine (Member of LEADR, WA Chapter Committee, LEADR Association of Dispute Resolvers) on 14 May 2008
Evidence by.. Mr Moshe Gilovitz (Secretary, Western Australian Planning Commission); Mr Malcolm Logan (Team Leader, Appeals Unit, Statutory Planning Division, Western Australian Planning Commission) on 14 May 2008
Related Reports:
Report No Title Date tabled Related documents
14 Inquiry into the Jurisdiction and Operation of the State Administrative Tribunal20 May 2009More...