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Small business loans: not so - take it or leave it - anymore!
ASIC has recently published a report on how the unfair contract terms regime applies to loans made to small businesses.
Australia
15 Nov 2018
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Breach of consumer guarantees: allocation of liability between retailers and manufacturers
Article discusses consumer guarantees under the Australian Consumer Law.
Australia
12 Sep 2018
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How can you avoid unfair contract terms?
This article will provide you with some key drafting concepts to ensure your contracts do not contain unfair contract terms.
Australia
28 Aug 2018
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Digital Platforms Inquiry: What does it mean for you?
The inquiry will examine the impact of digital platforms on competition in the media and advertising services markets.
Australia
8 Aug 2018
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Hey, that is not fair! Contract renewed automatically – when did that happen?
This article looks at the enforceability of automatic renewal clauses in light of the unfair contract terms regime.
Australia
21 May 2018
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Are online contracts enforceable?
Article discusses online agreements, their origins, how to identify them, their legal enforceability and recommendations.
Australia
17 Apr 2018
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Peer to Peer (P2P) lending: A threat to traditional lending or innovative competition?
Peer to Peer (P2P) lending platforms match people who have money to invest with people who are looking for a loan.
Australia
 
9 Mar 2016
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Unfair contract provisions and small business
If you operate a small business or contract with small businesses, then it is important to consider these provisions.
Australia
18 Nov 2015
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Freshly baked - Well, sort of...: a focus on credence claims
The Federal Court has ruled that Coles breached the Australian Consumer Law by labelling its par-baked bread "fresh".
Australia
11 Sep 2014
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Smart Christmas shopping advice from the ACCC - for a positive online shopping experience
The ACCC has produced a media release advising consumers to be aware of their rights when online shopping over Christmas.
Australia
27 Dec 2013
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PAMDA changes - to be replaced by 4 acts for consumer protection in the property industry
The Property Occupations Bill 2013 is one of the bills to replace the Property Agents and Motor Dealers Act 2000 (PAMDA).
Australia
18 Dec 2013
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Australian Consumer Law and unfair contract terms: What is "unfair"?
The ACCC report: "Unfair Contract Terms: Industry review outcomes" provides examples of clauses considered to be unfair.
Australia
4 Jun 2013
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Dual pricing and the ACCC: lessons for retailers
Dual pricing is not illegal, but the promotional material may increase allegations of misleading and deceptive conduct.
Australia
4 Jun 2013
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