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It can be published

If you apply for copies of your case they can publish your case on the web. and it includes C/link and CSA  from what they told me.

If you don't talk about it, how can anyone help you move forward!
imadad said
If you apply for copies of your case they can publish your case on the web. and it includes C/link and CSA from what they told me.
 
Sorry imadad, I don't understand.

Who told you your case can be published on the web?

What do you mean by published on the web?

Ta



Not family court case but Adiministrive Appeals Tribunal case's. I have a letter from them stating it! why do you ask? cases are on the austii site for people to see. And how has your day been Rose?

If you don't talk about it, how can anyone help you move forward!
imadad said
Not family court case but Adiministrive Appeals Tribunal case's. I have a letter from them stating it! why do you ask? cases are on the austii site for people to see. And how has your day been Rose?
 
Sorry, just asking because I did not understand what you were saying.

I do know about some court decisions and SSAT decisions being published, but what do you mean about CSA and Centrelink too?

Are you saying their decisions are published on the web?

Rose



SSAT is the process before the AAT, The AAT cover all the federal government departments, it's an independent body dealing with issues to do with C/link,CSA, Veterans affairs, Taxation and others issues, I have seen cases where people have continually gone back to SSAT where they can take there problems to AAT as long as they have been before the SSAT first.It' the same as cases involving family law,they don't put your name on it, but what they do publish, is what the problem was and the outcome, as well as the parts in the middle. I will find something and post a link tonight or early in the morning.

If you don't talk about it, how can anyone help you move forward!

The difference between SSAT and AAT

The Social Security Appeals Tribunal (SSAT) is limited to issue covered by the Social Security, Child Support and relavant acts Ie whether the law was applied correctly by Cetrnelink or the C$A in your case.



The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) still exists and deals with matters of the Law and Admisnisytrative decisions - For example, Your FOI request to the C$A has been denied on the grounds of confidentiality - After exausting any processes within the C$A your appeal is to the AAT on the question of whether the documents are actually confidential.



Both Tribunals regularly publish some or all of their decisions.

For me - Shared Parenting is a Reality - Maybe it can be for you too!
Suggestion: request that the AAT use a psuedonym when publishing the case for, at least, your children's future privacy.
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