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Australian Consumer Law Review Update - Final Report

Posted by LNA Master Landscapers Association on 26 April 2017

On 1 January 2011, the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) commenced operation as Australia's first nation-wide consumer protection law. It represents a landmark national reform, establishing for the first time a common sety of consumer rights and obligations. 

The intent of the review was to assess the effectiveness of the ACL provisions, including the ACL's flexibility to reposnd to new and emerging issues and the extent to which the national consumer policy framework had met the objectives set by the Council of Australian Governments (COAG) when it established the Intergovernmental Agreement for the Australian Consumer Law (IGA) in 2009. 

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Author: LNA Master Landscapers Association
Tags: Consumer Information

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