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Australian Consumer Law: Commentary and Materials contains up-to-date material on the Australian Consumer Law which came into operation on 1 January 2011, replacing 17 different pieces of Commonwealth, State and Territory legislation relating to consumer protection. The sixth edition has been thoroughly revised and updated for the following developments: Significant new cases and reference to the recommendations in the Productivity’s 2017 report, Consumer Law Enforcement and Administration; An outline of the key recommendations in the Final Report of the of the ACL Review, noting the August 2017 Ministerial responses to these recommendations Reference to the amendments to the ACL, designed to give effect to the recommendations of the ACL Review accepted by Commonweath, State and Territory Ministers for Consumer Affairs in August 2017, contained in the Treasury Laws Amendment (Australian Consumer Law Review) Bill 2018 The amendments to the `cooling off’ provisions in the ACL’s treatment of unsolicited consumer agreements brought about by the Competition and Consumer Amendment (Competition Policy Review) Act 2017 Reference to the proposed amendments to the ACL’s penalty regime and its provisions relating to free range eggs (including the introduction of a safe harbour defence), contained in the Treasury Laws Amendment (2018 Measures No 3) Bill 2018 Incorporation of the amendments to the safe harbour defences, as enacted in the Competition and Consumer Amendment (Country of Origin) Act 2017. Reference to the Country of Origin Food Labelling Information Standard 2016. New features include: A new chapter on scams to reflect the ACCC’s recent focus on this area of consumer exploitation Flow charts to assist readers to navigate through complex aspects of the ACL Brief commentary on the place of the ACL in the panoply of statutory provisions and regulatory and complaint handling bodies designed to protect or assist consumers

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