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The 2017 event was held on Wednesday 15 March at ZINC at Federation Square in Melbourne.
Yale Prima Pty Ltd (Yale Prima) has committed to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission that it will comply with its Australian Consumer Law (ACL) consumer guarantee obligations as a manufacturer in relation to providing remedies to consumers who purchased faulty JVC-branded televisions from Dick Smith prior to 5 January 2016.
As required by the ACL, Yale Prima will offer full refunds to consumers under its own 12 month manufacturer’s warranty for unrepairable televisions purchased from Dick Smith prior to 5 January 2016.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission will begin enforcing the ban on excessive surcharges for large merchants on 1 September 2016.
Earlier today, the Reserve Bank of Australia Payments System Board (PSB) published its Standard which relates to surcharges by merchants when charging customers for the use of a credit or debit card. Surcharges will be excessive where they exceed the permitted cost of acceptance, as defined in the Standard.
The 2016 event was held on Wednesday 16 March at The Ivy in Sydney.
A fit-for-purpose consumer law? The Australian Consumer Law Review
Speakers from a diverse range of backgrounds discussed approaches to better protect and empower consumers in the lead up to the review of the Australian Consumer Law.