Consumer Protection Law

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Federation Press, 1998 - Law - 436 pages
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This book covers all the Australian law on consumer protection and reflects the substantial changes in the perceptions of the best way to protect the interests of consumers. This revised addition also covers the fundamental changes to the statute law at both Federal and State level in the new Credit Code, the National Competition Policy, and food law.
 

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Contents

CONSUMERS CONSUMERISM AND THE LAW
1
CONSUMER PROTECTION IN A FEDERAL SYSTEM
15
CONTRACTUAL REMEDIES AGAINST THE SELLER OR SUPPLIER
31
MANUFACTURERS LIABILITY
96
PRESCRIPTION OF STANDARDS FOR GOODS AND SERVICES
146
OCCUPATIONAL LICENSING
183
GENERAL PROSCRIPTION OF DECEPTIVE PRACTICES
223
SPECIFIC CONTROLS OF DECEPTIVE PRACTICES
270
CONSUMER CREDIT
307
CONSUMER REMEDIES
354
Index
432
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