Depending on what you are asking for, you can:
An application is a formal request for the Tribunal to do something or to tell someone else to do something. It is made in writing on a Tribunal form.
There are two types of applications. You can
This information sheet tells you:
Before you apply:
There are two ways to apply:
Make sure the other participants have a copy of your application. You can:
If you know they use the Case Access Centre, send them an email to tell them that there is a new application in the “active application section” of the Case Access Centre.
New Participants: You must:
The following requests require an application. Learn more about deadlines and the information you need to ask the Tribunal to:
The Tribunal may set a time for a case conference to discuss the request.
The Tribunal may set dates for:
Usually, the Tribunal will not allow more “submissions”. A participant must apply to make a “further submission”.
The Tribunal will consider the information provided and tell the participants its decision.Find out when to expect a decision in the Tribunal’s Service Standards.
For the following requests, phone or write to your Case Manager:
For the following requests, write to your Case Manager: