Consumer protection and product liability law: commentary and materials
The consumer protection provisions of the Trade Practices Act have expanded both in scope & prominence since their introduction in 1974. This casebook recognises the increasing importance of the rights & remedies created by the Act in its discussion of the law governing consumer protection & product liability. Extracted cases & materials are supported by extensive commentary to explain the concepts & principles. Contents Summary * The Nature & Rise of Consumer Protection * Misleading or Deceptive Conduct * Unfair Conduct * Penalties & Remedies * Implied Terms * Product Liability.
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agent Aim toothpaste alleged appellant applicant arise ATPR Black & Decker breach Building Information Centre cause of action circumstances claim common law consumer protection contract contravene s 52 contravention corporation corrective advertising Court of Australia deceive deceptive conduct defect defendant Donoghue v Stevenson duty effect evidence example fact Fair Trading Act false Honour implied injunction injury intended involved INXS loss or damage LTD Federal Court manufacturer matter misleading conduct misleading or deceptive misled misrepresentation Mortein negligence offence opinion Parkdale particular party person plaintiff Practices Act 1974 proceedings product liability provides PTY LTD Federal purchase purpose Qantas question reasonable reference relation relevant relied remedies representation respect respondent respondent's Rexona Section 52 standard statement strict liability supplier supply Taco Bell toothpaste trade or commerce Trade Practices Act Trade Practices Commission transaction warranty words