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Give a list of what evidence might be used at a tribunal hearing

Give a list of what evidence might be used at a tribunal hearing?

The following evidence might be used at a hearing:

  • written proof of the sale or service invoice, original purchase agreement or sales advice

  • any invoices or demands for fees

  • receipts, quotes, reports and payment records

  • warranties in relation to the goods or services

  • correspondence between parties

  • photographs showing the condition and state of repair (or comparable items if relevant)

  • witness statements, statutory declarations or affidavits

  • any enforcement action undertaken

  • correspondence from a Fair Trading Centre

  • copy of contract, reports from building experts and the certificate of insurance (home building)

  • copies of the strata or community plan, minutes of relevant meetings, resolutions, relevant registered by-laws or notices (strata and community schemes)

Bring three copies of the documents so that there is a copy for you, one for the CTTT and one for the other party.

 

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