This information sheet gives you information you need to apply to join two or more complaints.
Joining complaints means that the Tribunal will deal with the complaints together.
This information sheet tells you:
Section 21(6) of the Human Rights Code sets out the test.
You must show it is “fair and reasonable” to join the complaints.
Fair includes the following ideas:
Reasonable means there is a good reason to join the complaints.
One good reason to join complaints is to save time.
The Tribunal will consider if:
Example: The complaints are about the same events. The witnesses overlap. It would save time to have one hearing.