This legislation has been repealed.
When may the Tribunal hear a complaint?134. When may the Tribunal hear a complaint? (1) The Tribunal may hear a complaint- (a) referred to it by the Commissioner under section 108, 113, 117 or 123; (b) referred to it by the Minister under section 111; (c) that it has determined under section 124 to hear without conciliation having occurred; (d) on an application under section 23A of the Racial and Religious Tolerance Act 2001, if the Tribunal has given leave for that application. (2) The Tribunal also has the jurisdiction conferred by sections 109, 121, 124, 131 and 159.