The Tribunal’s main role is to adjudicate on matters of prohibited conduct.

Judgments of the Tribunal set precedents that assist in advancing the growth of fair and non-discriminatory credit provision.

In terms of the NCA (section 27) and the CPA (consequential amendments to the NCA) the Tribunal may adjudicate on the following:

  • Applications - including applications for Interim relief and Review of the Regulator/Commission's decisions;
  • Referrals;
  • Consent Orders; and
  • Interim Relief

The Tribunal as a creature of statute may only adjudicate on matters specifically provided for in its founding legislation (NCA/CPA).

To view the various judgments handed down by The National Consumer Tribunal, click on the various links found under the judgments section:

Consent Orders

Cancellation of registration

Objection to compliance notice

Review sale of goods

Interim Relief

Non-referral application