The following are generally considered to indicate natural justice or procedural fairness when dealing with a dispute

• The right to be fully informed of the complaint, including the name of the complainant

• The right to reply in full to the complaint

• The right to be considered innocent until proven guilty

• The right to be represented or supported by another person

• The right to have information about the complaint restricted to
those who are directly involved

• The right to be given the benefit of any reasonable doubt

• The right to have all mention of the matter removed from personal records if the case is not upheld

• The right to be informed of any avenues of appeal