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The new Consumer Data Right (CDR) and the open banking regime
Consumers should be able to switch service providers and services easily, without any of the cost involved to date.
Australia
3 Oct 2019
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NSW Court of Appeal considers apportionment of responsibility under Corporations Act
For misleading and deceptive conduct claims, causation and relative culpability are central to question of apportionment.
Australia
11 Apr 2018
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HCCC public warning: Unsafe and illegal practices at beauty clinics in NSW
The warning was issued because of an increase in complaints regarding cosmetic procedures undertaken in cosmetic clinics.
Australia
10 Jan 2018
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Unconscionable conduct - A comparison of Coles and Woolworths decisions
The cases provide lessons for businesses to avoid requests of suppliers or distributers that could be seen as threats.
Australia
15 Mar 2017
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Extending consumer protections for unfair contracts - what does this mean for the construction industry?
The legislation will provide protection for certain subcontractors against unfair contract terms in standard contracts.
Australia
7 Dec 2016
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Protection for small business against unfair lease terms
Landlords and tenants should consider the impact of the new laws about unfair terms in retail and commercial leases.
Australia
7 Dec 2016
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Unfair contract terms targeted by new legislation
Australian Consumer Law modifications will affect contractors of all sizes.
Australia
9 Oct 2016
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Selling a house does not amount to engaging in trade or commerce
Section 30 of the Australian Consumer Law, or engaging in "trade or commerce", does not extend to selling one's home.
Australia
12 Aug 2015
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Contractual limitations can apply to Australian Consumer Law (ACL) claims
Limitation clauses in a professional's retainer can be effective in placing limits upon a claim made under the ACL.
Australia
3 Dec 2012
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New laws around unconscionable conduct - 7 consumer protection tips for property developers
Pressuring, coercing, duping buyers or putting property purchasers at a disadvantage could be unconscionable conduct.
Australia
27 Feb 2012
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