(1)Subsections (2) and (3) apply to a dispute if it may be resolved under this chapter by a dispute resolution process.
(2)The only remedy for a complex dispute is—
(a)the resolution of the dispute by—
(i)an order of a specialist adjudicator under chapter 6; or
(ii)an order of QCAT exercising the tribunal’s original jurisdiction under the QCAT Act; or
(b)an order of the appeal tribunal on appeal from a specialist adjudicator or QCAT on a question of law.
(3)Subject to section 229A, the only remedy for a dispute that is not a complex dispute is—
(a)the resolution of the dispute by a dispute resolution process; or
(b)an order of the appeal tribunal on appeal from an adjudicator on a question of law.
(4)However, subsections (2) and (3) do not apply to a dispute if—
(a)an application is made to the commissioner; and
(b)the commissioner dismisses the application under part 5.
(5)Also, subsections (2) and (3) do not limit—
(a)the powers of QCAT under the QCAT Act to—
(i)refer a question of law to the Court of Appeal; or
(ii)transfer a proceeding, or a part of a proceeding, to the Court of Appeal; or
(b)the right of a party to make an appeal from QCAT to the Court of Appeal under the QCAT Act.