The ACCC and ASIC have jointly produced this guideline which aims to assist creditors, collectors and debtors understand their rights and obligations, and ensure that debt collection activity is undertaken in a way that is consistent with consumer protection laws.
The ACCC has produced this guide to help hen egg producers of all sizes understand their fair trading rights and obligations when promoting or selling free range eggs. The guide will also inform consumers and the public more generally about the ACCC’s approach to free range egg claims, which may assist the public to have confidence buying free range.
Pursuant to sections 60CA(5) and 60FD(11) of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010, the ACCC is required to report to Parliament on penalties payable by entities that contravened the prohibition against price exploitation and failed to pass through all of their cost savings attributable to the carbon tax repeal, and compliance by all entities with the requirement to provide carbon tax removal substantiation statements.
Pursuant to s 60J of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (CCA), the ACCC is required to report to the Hon. Bruce Billson MP, Minister for Small Business, on its operations relating to the carbon tax price reduction obligation. This report covers the work of the ACCC during the March 2015 quarter.
In an endeavour to provide Indigenous consumers with information on their consumer rights, the Be Smart - Buy Smart booklet provides helpful tips and information about shopping rights and responsibilities under Australian Consumer Law.
It is part of a joint consumer awareness initiative by all state and territory consumer protection agencies in Australia, with support from the National Indigenous Consumer Strategy Reference Group.