Victorian Administrative Law
Victorian administrative law is the area of law that deals with the decisions of Victorian government officials, bodies and departments. Armstrong Legal Victoria has an experienced and committed team of administrative lawyers who can help you with your administrative law needs.
Victorian administrative law encompasses appeals to the Victorian Administrative Appeals Tribunal (VCAT) reviews of decisions to grant or refuse a Working with Children Check and workplace licensing decisions by WorkSafe Victoria. It also covers complaints to the Victorian Ombudsman.
When a government body, official or department makes a decision that affects an individual, it is required to follow certain procedures such as according procedural fairness and giving the person the opportunity to respond to any evidence that may form the basis of a decision that adversely affects them. It is required to take into account relevant consideration and not to take into account irrelevant considerations. It is also required to make a decision that is within its powers. If you think a decision has been made that did not comply with the rules of administrative law, you may want to consider seeking a review of that decision. Strict time limits apply for seeking such a review.
If you need help seeking review of a decision by a government body or official or require advice on any aspect of administrative law, contact Armstrong Legal’s Victorian Administrative Lawyers.