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The Motor Accidents Tribunal was constituted under the Motor Accidents Act 1973 the relevant sections having been proclaimed on 13 February 1974.
The Tribunal was vested with power to hear appeals against decisions of the Motor Accidents Board (VA 1055). It reported to the Chief Secretary (VRG 26) to 1979 and thereafter to the Attorney-General (VRG 19).
The Motor Accidents Tribunal ceased on 11 February 1985 having been replaced by the Administrative Appeals Tribunal under the Transport Accident Act 1986. Appeals since 1998 have been heard in the General List of the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal.