List of Tasmanian courts and tribunals

The following is a list of courts and tribunals in Tasmania:

List of boards, commissions, courts, and tribunals

Sitting boards, commissions, courts, and tribunals

The list of sitting boards and commissions is sourced from the Service Tasmania Online portal.[1]

Sitting boards and councils

  • Agricultural, Silvicultural and Veterinary Chemicals Council
  • Guardianship and Administration Board
  • Legal Profession Board of Tasmania
  • Local Government Board
  • Motor Accidents Insurance Board
  • National Parks and Wildlife Advisory Council
  • Nomenclature Board
  • Parole Board
  • Poppy Advisory and Control Board
  • Road Safety Advisory Council
  • Schools Registration Board
  • State Fire Management Council of Tasmania
  • Tasmanian Development Board
  • Tasmanian Heritage Council
  • Teachers Registration Board
  • Veterinary Board of Tasmania
  • Workcover Tasmania

Sitting authorities

  • Environment Protection Authority
  • Forest Practices Authority
  • Marine and Safety Tasmania
  • Port Arthur Historic Site
  • Wellington Park Management Trust

Sitting courts

Sitting tribunals

The following are sourced from the Tasmanian Department of Justice website.[2]

  • Anti-Discrimination Tribunal
  • Asbestos Compensation Tribunal
  • Forest Practices Tribunal
  • Guardianship and Administration Board
  • Health Practitioners Tribunal
  • Mental Health Tribunal
  • Mining Tribunal
  • Motor Accidents Compensation Tribunal
  • Resource Management and Planning Appeal Tribunal
  • Workers Rehabilitation and Compensation Tribunal

Abolished boards, courts and tribunals

Abolished boards

Abolished courts

Abolished tribunals

See also

References

  1. "Tasmanian Government Organisations". Service Tasmania Online. Government of Tasmania. Retrieved 13 January 2018.
  2. "Tribunals". Department of Justice. Government of Tasmania. Retrieved 13 January 2018.
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