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ACL Take Home Exam and Answer

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ACL Take home exam and answers. Exam focused on pyramid schemes, misleading or deceptive conduct, S32, S36, 44, 49, 50 and remedies.

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Contract law Competition and Consumer Act Competition law Misleading or deceptive conduct Australian Consumer Law Implied warranty Proprietary company Unconscionability
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Contract law Competition and Consumer Act Competition law Misleading or deceptive conduct Australian Consumer Law Implied warranty Proprietary company Unconscionability
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To raise money to buy band equipment, John designs a website called “The Beagles Band Express”. The website invites members to join a promotion scheme by paying an existing member $500 in return for the prospect of receiving the same amount from new members in the future. The website also requests that each member completes an application form, which will entitle them to receive a travel voucher to see The Beagles p...
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