It is important that you read these notes before continuing.
If your complaint concerns the decisions, actions or services of a CASA officer, an industry delegate or authorised person, then before approaching the ICC you should try to resolve your problem with the individual involved or with their immediate superior. If you have not tried to resolve your problem in this way first, the ICC may decline to accept your complaint.
However, if the nature of your complaint makes it difficult or inappropriate for you to approach the individual involved or their superior, you may raise the matter directly with the ICC, explaining your reasons for doing so at the outset.
In any case where an issue about which you want to complain might involve a matter in respect of which you have a right to seek a review in the AAT or the Federal Court, you are strongly advised to seek independent legal advice from a qualified legal practitioner.
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