Links to all courts and tribunals in Victoria, Australia, as well as providing site links and a brief overview on each court and tribunal.
The 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.
The Coroners Court of Victoria independently investigate deaths and fires, reduce preventable deaths, and promote public health and safety and the administration of justice.
Victoria's principal trial court hears and determines criminal, common law and commercial matters.
The 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.
The Supreme Court is the superior court in Victoria, and hears and determines substantial criminal and civil matters.
The 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.
The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) is a tribunal that hears and decides civil and administrative legal cases in the State of Victoria, Australia.
The Court Services Victoria Act 2014 established Court Services Victoria (CSV) as an independent statutory body corporate to provide services and facilities to Victoria's courts, Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal and the Judicial College of Victoria. CSV was formed to strengthen the independence of Victoria's courts and tribunals, and to put court administration into the hands of an entity directed by the judiciary.
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