The Insurance Law Service has criticised the Insurance Council of Australia’s revised General Insurance Code of Practice for complicating the dispute process for customers and not doing enough to protect consumers. Insurance Business Online by Chinwe Akomah The Insurance Law Service has criticised the Insurance Council of Australia’s revised General Insurance Code of Practice for complicating the dispute process for customers and not [ More ]
Kat Lane comments in the SMH on new credit reporting legislation and the dramatic changes that will take place in March 2014. Punctual payers may not get the benefits that are being promoted by the Australian Retail Credit Association. Article by Jenna Price – SMH Comment (Columnist for The Canberra Times) Hey. Your last credit card bill. Do you remember [ More ]
Katherine Lane, the Principal Solicitor at the Consumer Credit Legal Centre (NSW) recently appeared on ABC’s new Consumer Rights show The Checkout. She advises consumers about shopping around for the best deal on a car loan before committing to dealer finance. Watch Kat Lane on iView by following the link below: Thursday 4 April, 2013 The Checkout She is in Episode 3 [ More ]
The CCLC has recently commented on the Commonwealth Treasury’s Consumer Leases regulation and on the Exemption of Retailers from the National Credit Act. Both of these submissions can be found on our Policy & Law Reform Page, or by clicking on the links provided here.
Katherine Lane, the Principal Solicitor at the Consumer Credit Legal Centre (NSW) has been quoted twice recently in the media discussing relationships, family and finance. Read both articles by following the links below: “When family and finances don’t mix” Written by John Collett for SMH.com.au Published: March 3, 2013 Going guarantor for your children is a risky business. Parents who [ More ]