Contributor: Ben Zika, Solicitor, Consumer Action Law Centre
A national regime protects consumers when buying goods and services. Your rights depend on whether your claim is against a supplier or manufacturer. Goods and services must be reasonably fit for purpose.
This section includes the following topics:
- What are the consumer guarantees?
- Remedies when goods or services don’t comply with the Australian Consumer Law guarantees
- The Australian Consumer Law and finance agreements
- Guarantees by manufacturers
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