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12.5.8 Review by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) for Veterans' Compensation Matters

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This section outlines what decisions can be reviewed by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal [glossary:(:]AAT[glossary:):] and the process of review.

The Administrative Appeals Tribunal is an independent body established by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal Act 1975, which reviews certain administrative decisions of specified Departments and Government agencies. The Tribunal is headed by a judge of the Federal Court of Australia who may sit with other tribunal members who are either judges, lawyers or persons who may possess some experience relevant to the subject of the review.

Administrative Appeals Tribunal.