This unit reviews the history, economic and constitutional basis of the Trade Practices Act, its structure, how the parts interact and the legal entities that are subject to the jurisdiction of the Act. It also overviews the anti-competitive conduct provisions of the Act and the merger provisions of the Act. This unit also studies the Consumer protection provisions of the Act with particular attention to the misleading and deceptive conduct provisions and those relating to the implied terms of transactions provided for in the Act, and the provisions relating to the liability of manufacturers and importers of goods and the circumstances in which the Act can be enforced with particular attention to the differences between the statutory provisions and the ordinary general law and an insight into parallel and supplementary provision in NT statutory law.
Prescribed Text - CONSUMER PROTECTION LAW IN AUSTRALIA
Prescribed Text - AUSTRALIAN COMPETITION LAW
Australian Competition LawÂ provides an engaging and authoritative treatment of Australian competition law and is an...