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The Nature of Consumer Law

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A comprehensive set of notes which discuss all the elements of the Syllabus according to the Board of Studies

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Fraud Competition and Consumer Act Competition law Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Australian Consumer Law Contract law Misleading or deceptive conduct Consumer protection Ibuprofen brand names False advertising Coles Supermarkets Unconscionability
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Fraud Competition and Consumer Act Competition law Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Australian Consumer Law Contract law Misleading or deceptive conduct Consumer protection Ibuprofen brand names False advertising Coles Supermarkets Unconscionability
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llion fine 2016 ❖ Pay $18 million in penalties following an ACCC (Australia competition and consumer commission) investigation that uncovered price fixing and other cartel-like activity around brands including Cold Power, Radiant and Omo ❖ Colgate admitted that it made a deal with competitors unlevied Australia ❖ Colgate and unilever also shared information about when they would increase prices, such deal-making to the detriment of consumerists is expressly forbidden by the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) ❖ Chair Rod Sims (ACCC) ❖ Compliance → “This is the equal third largest penalty that the court has ordered for breaches of the competition provisions of the Act and is an indicator of how seriously the court views the conduct” ❖ Colgate sales director Paul Ansell be disqualified from managing corporations for seven years and pay a contribution of $75,000 tow...
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