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Lux pays price for unconscionable breach of Australian Consumer Law - 2 September 2015
Businesses engaged in direct selling or marketing techniques must ensure that clients are treated fairly and reasonably.
Australia
7 Sep 2015
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No relief for buyer of property for seller's misleading and deceptive conduct - 24 August 2015
This case demonstrates the significance of residential property buyers not having ACL protection for deceptive conduct.
Australia
31 Aug 2015
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Climate Change: Promoting your company as clean and green?
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is vigilant in prosecuting those companies that breach the provisions of the Trade Practices Act 1974. In particular, the Commission has been keeping an eye on those companies who use misleading or deceptive messages when promoting their green credentials.
Australia
 
1 Jul 2010
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Federal Government Launches Online Consumer Protection Consultation
As part of its broader review into the adequacy of current laws on implied terms in both federal and State/territory legislation, the Commonwealth Consumer Affairs Advisory Council has this month released an issues paper entitled "Consumer rights: Statutory implied conditions and warranties".
Australia
30 Jul 2009
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