Have your say on the Australian Consumer Law
Australian Consumer Law has released the review’s Interim Report on 14 October 2016 and is calling for submissions. Both the report and information on how to make a submission are available on the Australian Consumer Law website.
Consumer Affairs Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) is conducting the Australian Consumer Law Review and appreciates your input. Your submission will help inform the review’s Final Report that CAANZ will provide to consumer affairs ministers by March 2017.
Submissions to the Interim Report close on Friday 9 December 2016.
To supplement feedback to the Interim Report, the Australian Consumer Law Review is using Mindhive, an online community of experts, to crowdsource innovative and disruptive solutions and you are invited to take part.
The Australian Consumer Law Review will post three challenges on Mindhive during the Interim Report consultation period with the first, on digital content and consumer protection, to be released early next week.