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Consumer Law UWA 2015

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1 MISLEADING OR DECEPTIVE CONDUCT (S18) 1.1 ELEMENTS 1.2 REMEDIES 1.3 DEFENCES 2 FALSE OR MISLEADING CLAIMS (S29) 2.1 CLAIMS 2.2 REMEDIES 3 CONSUMER GUARANTEES (PART 3-2 DIVISION 1) 3.1 GUARANTEES 3.2 REMEDIES 4 MANUFACTURER’S LIABILITY 4.1 ELEMENTS 4.2 REMEDIES 4.3 DEFENCES 5 UNCONSCIONABLE CONDUCT (S21-22) 5.1 ELEMENTS 5.2 REMEDIES 5.3 DEFENCES 6 UNFAIR CONTRACT TERMS (S23-25) 6.1 ELEMENTS 6.2 REMEDIES 7 CONSUMER CREDIT (NATIONAL CONSUMER CREDIT PROTECTION ACT 2009 + NATIONAL CREDIT CODE) 8 UNSOLICITED CONSUMER AGREEMENTS

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Contract law Competition and Consumer Act Misleading or deceptive conduct Consumer protection Australian Consumer Law Unsolicited goods Franchising Unconscionability Contractual term Contract Debtor Consumer education
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Contract law Competition and Consumer Act Misleading or deceptive conduct Consumer protection Australian Consumer Law Unsolicited goods Franchising Unconscionability Contractual term Contract Debtor Consumer education
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..................................................................................... 6 1.1 P ERSPECTIVES ........................................................................................................................................................ 6 1.2 G OALS OF C ONSUMER P ROTECTION ............................................................................................................................ 6 1.3 A IMS OF C ONSUMER P ROTECTION L AWS ...................................................................................................................... 7 1.4 A USTRALIAN S TATUTES ............................................................................................................................................ 7 1.4.1 Trade Practices Act ....................................................................................................
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