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Consumer Law Syllabus Notes

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Consumer HSC legal studies whole course notes. Cases + Legislation + Media Articles + Themes and Challenges + Legal & Non-Legal responses.

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Contract law Law Private law Competition and Consumer Act Implied warranty Standard form contract Contract Offer and acceptance Consumer protection Unconscionability Misleading or deceptive conduct False advertising
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Contract law Law Private law Competition and Consumer Act Implied warranty Standard form contract Contract Offer and acceptance Consumer protection Unconscionability Misleading or deceptive conduct False advertising
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The typical marketplace offered small range of products = consumer didn’t need knowledge of quality and value of most goods in order to make a purchase. • Because there was no product packaging, goods could be inspected closely. • Today, we need to reply on expertise of others when purchasing products ➔ highly specialised level of product knowledge is required in the marketplace essential that legislators put safeguards in place to resolve conflict and protect consumers from exploitation. • Peasant consumer had the advantage of knowing the producer of goods ➔ if problems arose with item = buyer could confront the seller to resolve the problem. • Modern consumers deal with salespeople or multinational corporations that may be remote or inflexibly bur...
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