What are the consumer protection laws in Australia?
The primary legislation for consumer protection in Australia is the Australian Consumer Law (ACL). ACL covers unfair trade practices, product safety, consumer rights guarantees, and warranties. Businesses are prohibited from making false or misleading claims, engaging in unconscionable conduct, or employing unfair contract terms. Consumers have the right to remedies, including refunds, repairs, or replacements, for products or services that fail to meet the mandatory guarantees. Regular consultations with our consumer law specialists can ensure comprehensive compliance.
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