Business Law Assignment: Australian Consumer Law

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Business LawAssignment2Table of ContentsPart A...............................................................................................................................................4Issue.............................................................................................................................................4Law..............................................................................................................................................4Application..................................................................................................................................7Conclusion...................................................................................................................................8Part B...............................................................................................................................................9Issue.............................................................................................................................................9Law..............................................................................................................................................9Presence of duty of care.........................................................................................................10Breach of duty of care............................................................................................................10Harm suffered or damages.....................................................................................................11Available defences.................................................................................................................11Damages/ remedies................................................................................................................11Application................................................................................................................................12Presence of duty of care.........................................................................................................12Breach of duty of care............................................................................................................13Harm suffered or damages.....................................................................................................13(Student Name)| (StudentNumber)
Business LawAssignment3Available defences.................................................................................................................13Damages/ remedies................................................................................................................14Conclusion.................................................................................................................................14(Student Name)| (StudentNumber)
Business LawAssignment4Part AIssueThe key issue of this case relates to the possible breach of the provisions coveredunder the Australian Consumer Law by Avanat Developments, regarding the lease of kisoskto Amaroo located at the local Wulangi Shopping Centre.LawThe Competition and Consumer Act, 2010 (Cth) is the act protecting the interests ofconsumers in Australia and also ensures that a healthy competition prevails. Under Schedule2 of this act, is the Australian Consumer Law (ACL), which particularly works towards theinterests of the consumers, and gives them different rights which protect their interests.Under section 20 to 22 of ACL are covered the provisions regarding unconscionableconduct. As per section 20 of this act, an individual should refrain from indulging in such aconduct, in trade or commerce, which is unconscionable. This is within the meaning ofunwritten law of the States and Territories from time to time. This unwritten law heredenotes the common law and equity. Unconscionable conduct is something where thecontracting parties are not at equal position. In other words, one of the parties could have ahigher bargaining power which allows them to exploit a special disadvantage of other personin a knowing manner. Under the common law, there are certain pre-requisites forunconscionable conduct. These are:(Student Name)| (StudentNumber)
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