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Can Damages Be Recovered for Lost Management Time in Dealing with a Breach of Contract or Negligence?

Filed under: Corporations Law, Contract Law, Consumer Law

It is often the case that valuable management time is spent dealing with the consequences of a breach of contract and/or negligence by another party. Can...

Is a 53% pa default interest rate under a short-term loan facility valid and enforceable?

Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Contract Law, Commercial Law, Commercial Agreements, Consumer Law

Short-term loan facilities often come with horrendous rates of interest. The WA Supreme Court recently examined a short-term loan with an interest rate...

What Is Unconscionable Conduct?

Filed under: Commercial Law, Business Law, Consumer Law

Section 21 of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) prohibits unconscionable conduct, in trade or commerce, in connection with the supply (or possible supply)...

Are cardholders responsible for any financial losses associated with their credit cards?

Filed under: Consumer Law

Anecdotally, many readers are probably using physical cash less, and are instead more reliant on either a debit or credit card when making purchases. The...


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