The Australian Consumer Law - be prepared
|Start Date||Friday 29 October 2010 at 10:04 AM (GMT +11 hours)|
Claire Noone, Executive Director, Consumer Affairs Victoria
Jacqueline Thorpe – Director, Consumer Strategies, ACCC
Glenn Probyn – Director, Product Safety, ACCC
Patrick L’Estrange - Principal Legal Policy Advisor, Consumer Affairs Victoria
Darren Magennis – Policy Analyst, The Treasury
Businesses will have new responsibilities when the Australian Consumer Law comes into force on 1 January 2011. The new law replaces key sections of the Trade Practices Act and the fair trading acts of all states and territories.
Key changes include:
• Suppliers and manufacturers must honour new guarantees that automatically apply to goods and services.
• New restrictions on door-to-door sales and other face-to-face marketing
• New requirements for contracts - including information about ‘cooling off’ and bans on unfair contract terms
• Suppliers are required to report products which have been associated with serious injury or death
To avoid being caught out by the changes, don’t miss our free seminar.
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