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Consumer law – unconscionable conduct – whether Kobelt, precedent or statutory interpretation requires… – Proctor

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…that exploitation or taking advantage of some pre-existing vulnerability, disadvantage or disability is a necessary element of statutory unconscionability

In Australian Competition and Consumer Law v Quantum Housing Group Pty Ltd[2021] FCAFC 40 (19 March 2021) the Full Court…



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