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The creeping corporatisation of consumer guarantee remedial relief: Implications of Australian Competition and Consumer Commission v LG Electronics Australia Pty Ltd on the Australian Consumer Law

Yau, Barry

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This article will contend that contrary to the legislative intention, the Australian Consumer Law’s consumer guarantee remedial relief procedures are complicated, cumbersome and time-consuming for many consumers whose products become defective. This is all the more so for higher-value products that become faulty after the warranty against defects (otherwise known as the manufacturer’s warranty) has expired. The article contends that this could have the unintended consequence of ceding to...[Show more]

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Date published: 2019
Type: Journal article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/202736
Source: Competition and Consumer Law Journal
Access Rights: Open Access

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