- Is Fair Trading Free?
- How does NSW Fair Trading protect consumers?
- Who regulates real estate in NSW?
- What does Fair Trading do?
- What is the ACCC and what do they do?
- What is the Office of Fair Trading Qld?
- What is the Fair Trading Act 1987?
- What is the Fair Trading Act NSW?
- How do I complain about fair trading?
- What legislation covers property sales in NSW?
- What is Australian Consumer Law Act?
- What are the key principles of consumer protection and fair trading?
- Who enforces Australian Consumer Law?
Is Fair Trading Free?
NSW Fair Trading regularly has free public events and education initiatives to raise awareness of consumer and trader rights.
You can see what’s available, and make bookings, online..
How does NSW Fair Trading protect consumers?
NSW Fair Trading safeguards the rights of all consumers and advises business and traders on fair and ethical practice. … NSW Fair Trading investigate unfair practices and ensures that the products sold in NSW are safe and meet their regulations and safety standards.
Who regulates real estate in NSW?
The real estate industry of New South Wales is governed by NSW legislation and Commonwealth legislation.
What does Fair Trading do?
NSW Fair Trading promotes a fair marketplace for consumers and traders by maximising traders’ compliance with regulatory requirements. We safeguard consumer rights and investigate alleged breaches of the legislation we administer.
What is the ACCC and what do they do?
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is an independent Commonwealth statutory authority whose role is to enforce the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 and a range of additional legislation, promoting competition, fair trading and regulating national infrastructure for the benefit of all Australians …
What is the Office of Fair Trading Qld?
Provides advice and information to the public on a wide range of consumer related issues. Registration and licensing in many commercial areas.
What is the Fair Trading Act 1987?
An Act to provide for the appointment and functions of the Commissioner for Consumer Affairs; to provide for the administration of certain aspects of the Act by the Small Business Commissioner; to apply the Australian Consumer Law as a law of South Australia; to make provision for industry codes; to otherwise regulate …
What is the Fair Trading Act NSW?
An Act to regulate the supply, advertising and description of goods and services and, in certain respects, the disposal of interests in land; to repeal the Consumer Protection Act 1969 and certain other Acts; and for other purposes. This Act may be cited as the Fair Trading Act 1987.
How do I complain about fair trading?
If you don’t wish to lodge online you can:Download and complete the General complaint form – PDF.Gather your supporting information and documents such as receipts, brochures and correspondence.Lodge your completed form and documentation at a service centre or post it to: NSW Fair Trading. PO Box 972.
What legislation covers property sales in NSW?
Property and Stock Agents Regulation 2014 (NSW) Real Property Act 1900 (NSW) Real Property Regulation 2019. Residential Tenancies Act 2010 (NSW)
What is Australian Consumer Law Act?
The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) includes: a national unfair contract terms law covering standard form consumer and small business contracts; a national law guaranteeing consumer rights when buying goods and services; … penalties, enforcement powers and consumer redress options.
What are the key principles of consumer protection and fair trading?
key principles of consumer protection and privacy legislation. legislative limitations on agency practice. licensing requirements for estate agents. nature of trust funds and key legislative controls on trust funds.
Who enforces Australian Consumer Law?
The ACL is administered and enforced jointly by the ACCC and the State and Territory consumer protection agencies, with the involvement of ASIC on relevant matters.