The concept of ‘unconscionable conduct’ under the Australian Consumer Law, and the difference between sections 20 and 21

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Cameron Charnley

The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) contains provisions prohibiting unconscionable conduct in the course of trade or commerce. Chief amongst those are sections 20 and 21. There are a number of differences between those provisions both in their text and in the way the common law responds to them. These differences

The concept of ‘unconscionable conduct’ under the Australian Consumer Law, and the difference between sections 20 and 21

This post was originally published on this site

Cameron Charnley

The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) contains provisions prohibiting unconscionable conduct in the course of trade or commence. Chief amongst those are sections 20 and 21. There are a number of differences between those provisions both in their text and in the way the common law responds to them. These differences