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Consumers Essay

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“There are many factors which give rise to the need for law reform. In the area of consumer protection, for example, society’s changing values and ethical standards have led to recent reforms in the law.” With reference to the above statement and through the use of examples, examine the legal rights of consumers and assess whether or not consumer law reform is a reflection of society’s changing values and ethical standards. 25/25

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Fraud Law Consumer protection law Consumer protection Competition and Consumer Act False advertising Economy Misleading or deceptive conduct Caveat emptor
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Fraud Law Consumer protection law Consumer protection Competition and Consumer Act False advertising Economy Misleading or deceptive conduct Caveat emptor
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” With reference to the above statement and through the use of examples, examine the legal rights of consumers and assess whether or not consumer law reform is a reflection of society’s changing values and ethical standards. A consumer is defined under Section 3 of the Australian Consumer Law as a person acquiring goods or services priced less than $40000 or priced more than $40000 of a kind ordinarily acquired for personal, domestic or household use or consumption. Following the change in relations between manufacturers and consumers following the industrial revolution, consumer rights have grown extensively in order to remove the superiority manufacturers held over consumers. The removal of the concept of caveat emptor, an extension of the laissez-faire p...
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