Reviewable Decisions by the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal
Under the legislation listed below there is provision for applications to be submitted to the ACT Civil & Administrative Tribunal (ACAT) for review of a reviewable decision. A reviewable decision means a decision made by the Commission in accordance with the provisions of a specific gambling Act, for example cancellation of or refusal to issue a casino employee licence or approved attendant certificate.
The Acts which contain these provisions are the:
- Gaming Machine Act 2004 (section 173, schedule 1);
- Casino Control Act 2006 (section 137, schedule 1); and
- Race and Sports Bookmaking Act 2001 (section 84).
For further information you can access the ACAT website at the following link www.acat.act.gov.au.