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Private practitioners applying for CLAF funding

As a private practitioner, if you would like to apply for a CLAF grant you will need to provide the following:

  • Completed CLAF application signed by your client
  • Letter of merit outlining exactly what funding is required for
  • Financial documents
      1. 3 months of bank statements for all accounts held in your client’s name
      2. 3 most recent pay slips (if applicable)
      3. Centrelink income statement (if applicable)
      4. Partner’s financials (if applicable)
  • Counsel’s advice
  • Any relevant/supporting medical documents
  • Any relevant/supporting court documents

For any queries or to obtain a CLAF application, please email the CLAF secretary at claf@legalaid.nt.gov.au

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