Learn about identifying unjust contracts under the National Credit Code and the Contracts Review Act 1980 (NSW). Identify unfair terms under consumer protection legislation and tips for drafting contracts that won’t fall foul of the consumer protection legislation. Watch on-demand 24/7, any device. Ready when you are. All CPD for Me accounts include LogCPD where you can store and record CPD activities, from any provider – by CPD period. Simply print or email your Activity Statement when you have completed your CPD requirements.
Unjust Contracts and Unfair Terms (2016) – 0.5 CPD Unit
Dr Michelle Sharpe discusses unjust contracts and unfair terms.
Key Learning Outcomes
- Identifying unjust contracts under the National Credit Code and the Contracts Review Act 1980 (NSW)
- Identifying unfair terms under consumer protection legislation
- Tips for drafting contracts that won’t fall foul of the consumer protection legislation
This session presented by Dr Michelle Sharpe, Barrister, is 33 minutes long.
You will receive 0.5 CPD Unit – Substantive Law.
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Once purchased, this on-demand seminar will be available in your account (log in top left) and found under Available Downloads until 31/3/2017.
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