The Commercial Division deals with disputes about agricultural tenancies, Travel Compensation Fund decision appeals, commission fees charged by agents and some credit matters.
The CTTT also has jurisdiction on a transitional basis in relation to the maximum annual percentage rate for credit contracts and certain other matters under the former consumer credit legislation within the meaning of Schedule 3 of the Credit (Commonwealth Powers) Act 2010.
Important note about the Consumer Credit (NSW) Code
The Consumer Credit (NSW) Code was replaced by the National Consumer Credit Protection Act 2009 on 1 July 2010. Find out more about the changes to consumer credit legislation.
The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) is responsible for the regulation of consumer credit and finance broking. Contact ASIC or the Consumer Credit Legal Centre for further information.
Download and complete a Commercial Division application form. Applications can be lodged at any CTTT Registry or Fair Trading Centre.
After lodging your application with the CTTT you can expect a first hearing (or mediation for agricultural tenancy disputes) within 6 weeks.
Common disputes determined in this Division include:
- Agricultural tenancies
- Reduction or waiver of interest charges
Determining reasonable agent commission and fees.
Agricultural Tenancies Act 1990
Credit (Commonwealth Powers) Act 2010
Travel Agents Regulation 2011
Property, Stock and Business Agents Act 2002
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