ACCC obtains its first unfair contract terms declarations: ACCC v Bytecard Pty Ltd
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) first case solely based on the unfair contract terms provisions of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) has resulted in the Federal Court declaring by consent that four terms in that standard form contract are unfair contract terms and therefore void (in other words, of no effect)…
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