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Residential Tenancies Act review: Issues Paper 3 – Rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenantsConsumer Action Law Centre (Consumer Action) is pleased to comment on Issues Paper 3 – Rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenants as part of Consumer Affairs Victoria’s (CAV’s) review of the Residential Tenancies Act 1997 (Vic) (RTA).
- Australians duped by Vocational Education and Training (VET) providers and brokers into signing up to dodgy courses are a step closer to receiving justice today. The Federal Government has released a discussion paper with a view to redesigning the VET FEE-HELP system of providing Government loans to students of VET courses. The paper presents options […]
- The Consumer Utilities Advocacy Centre (CUAC) and the Consumer Action Law Centre (CALC) welcome the opportunity to comment on the Essential Service Commission’s (Commission) Price Review 2016: Melbourne Water Draft Decision (Draft Decision).
- Joint submission with Financial Rights Legal Centre and CHOICE to the Senate Economics References Committee Scrutiny of Financial Advice Inquiry: Additional terms of reference on the life insurance industry
- Consumer Action Law Centre (Consumer Action) is pleased to comment on Issues Paper 2—Rent, bonds and other charges as part of Consumer Affairs Victoria’s (CAV) review of Victoria’s Residential Tenancies Act.
- More funding and new powers gives financial watchdog new teeth.
- A financial disaster is looming unless there is an urgent response to expert recommendations to clean up payday loans and consumer leases. As pressure builds on mainstream finance institutions, Consumer Action Law Centre is urging decisive action on recommendations in the Small Amount Credit Contracts (SACC) review tabled in Federal Parliament today. With data showing […]
- The Consumer Action Law Centre (Consumer Action) welcomes the opportunity to comment on ASIC’s Consultation Paper 247: Client review and remediation programs and update to record-keeping requirements.