CAANZ guidance relating to ‘unsafe’ and ‘reasonable durability’ in the Australian Consumer Law
The submission to the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission in relation to the draft guidance developed by the Consumer Affairs Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) regarding the meaning of the concepts ‘unsafe’ and 'reasonable durability’ as contained in the Australian Consumer Law’s (ACL) consumer guarantees regime was prepared by the Law Council.
The Law Council acknowledges the assistance of the Competition & Consumer Committee of the Law Council’s Business Law Section, and the Australian Consumer Law Group of the Law Council’s Legal Practice Section, which have provided the substance of this submission.
You can read the full submission below.
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