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Law Council of Australia


Consumer Law Enforcement and Administrative Review: Response to Draft Report

The submission to the Productivity Commission in response to its Consumer Law Enforcement and Administration Draft Report (Draft Report) was prepared by the Competition and Consumer Committee of the Business Law Section. 

While the Committee recognises that the multiple-regulator model for enforcement and administration of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) has a number of limitations, these have not stopped the ACL from achieving its objectives. The Committee considers, however, that the model could work better with improved communication and coordination.

Rather than addressing all questions raised in the Draft Report, the Committee has addressed those specific issues it identifies as being of particular significance. The Committee submits that:

You can read the full submission below.


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