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How can the Family Court impact the schooling for a child?
It is important to know whether or not there are Family Court proceedings underway or if there are Family Court Orders.
Australia
 
16 May 2019
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The product-warranty has lapsed – what are my consumer rights?
Even if the express product-warranty has lapsed, you may still have rights under the ACL depending on the circumstances.
Australia
22 Apr 2019
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Easter school holidays for separated parents
With Easter holidays just recently, this is a guide for separated parents seeking to travel overseas with their children.
Australia
22 Apr 2019
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How teachers can help children through a divorce
Schools and teachers have the potential to play an important role in safeguarding a child in a high conflict divorce.
Australia
18 Mar 2019
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ACCC announces increased Australian Consumer Law penalties as ACL review bill passes
Article discusses amendments to the ACL which increase penalties for some breaches.
Australia
28 Nov 2018
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Amazonian law – Welcome to the jungle of competition
ACCC Chairman has drawn criticism for his basic refusal to intervene in the business model adopted by Amazon.
Australia
21 Dec 2017
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Builders beware - Does your standard contract measure up? - ACCC targets unfair construction contracts
The article considers terms commonly found in construction contracts that might be set aside or amended as being unfair.
Australia
4 Apr 2017
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ACCC names 2017 priorities, including construction and private health insurance industries
Key priorities include unfair contract terms, cartels, and misconduct in health, construction and agriculture sectors.
Australia
7 Mar 2017
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Consumer watchdog targets hotel over online reviews
The ACCC launched unprecedented legal action for allegedly manipulating online ratings and reviews on the website.
Australia
29 Nov 2016
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Small businesses to get consumer protections
The consumer protections will soon be extended to protect small businesses contracting under a standard form contract.
Australia
14 Oct 2016
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