The information on this page relates to the CTP Scheme that ended on 31 January 2020 and is for persons with a claim under the previous scheme. The CTP Scheme was replaced with the Motor Accident Injuries (MAI) Scheme. For information on the MAI Scheme and how to apply, please visit www.act.gov.au/maic.
The Nominal Defendant is a statutory office which exists to enable persons injured by unregistered vehicles without CTP insurance or by unidentified vehicles (e.g. hit and run accidents) to be compensated. The Nominal Defendant is funded by levies on ACT CTP insurers and the ACT and Commonwealth Governments. Where possible, the Nominal Defendant also recovers costs of claims from the at-fault driver of an unregistered vehicle.
Under the Road Transport (Third-Party Insurance) Act 2008 the ACT Insurance Authority (ACTIA) is the Nominal Defendant.
Please see the Claims page for information about making a claim against the Nominal Defendant.
Please use the Feedback page for any enquiries regarding CTP issues in the ACT.
ACT Nominal Defendant Annual Report 2013-14 [PDF 4.8 MB]
ACT Nominal Defendant Annual Report 2012-13 [PDF 8.8 MB]
ACT Nominal Defendant Annual Report 2011-12 [PDF 2.6 MB]
ACT Nominal Defendant Annual Report 2010-11 [PDF 2.3 MB]