Finalisation of the complaint

The second phase is to determine if a member has a "case to answer". This is not a finding of guilt, rather a determination that there are issues that need to be resolved. If a member does not have a "case to answer" then the process is finalised. Finalisation of a complaint does not extinguish either party's legal rights.

Where a member has a "case to answer" the matter may, if it is determined to be of a lower offence, be dealt with through administrative penalty (such as issuing an apology, committing to undertake additional training, or similar). Otherwise all the information relevant to the complaint will be referred to AAT Australia Disciplinary Tribunal for a determination.


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