Productivity Commission Issues Paper – Consumer Law Enforcement and Administration

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The Consumer Action Law Centre (Consumer Action) is pleased to provide comment in response to the Productivity Commission Issues Paper – Consumer Law Enforcement and Administration (Issues Paper).

The Productivity Commission study of Australia’s consumer protection framework will provide an important supplement to the review of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) currently being undertaken by Consumer Affairs Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ). While substantive law reform is needed to strengthen consumer protection in Australia, significant gains can also be made by improving the administrative and enforcement arrangements that have existed since the ACL took effect in January 2011.

Read the full submission here [PDF]

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