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Submissions received for the Consumer Law Enforcement and Administration public inquiry.

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Initial submissions (30)

Submissions received before the release of the draft report are listed here.
No. Name Pages Received
1 Andrew Leigh (PDF - 247.2 KB) 8 23/08/2016
  Andrew Leigh (Word - 43.0 KB)    
2 Alex Cokic (PDF - 156.2 KB) * in confidence content omitted 7 27/08/2016
  Alex Cokic (Word - 79.0 KB)    
3 Retail Council (PDF - 106.8 KB) 2 29/08/2016
4 Queensland Law Society (PDF - 870.5 KB) 11 29/08/2016
5 Department of Health (PDF - 167.6 KB) 5 29/08/2016
6 Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) (PDF - 755.1 KB) 13 30/08/2016
7 Energy Safe Victoria (PDF - 796.7 KB) 11 30/08/2016
8 Law Council of Australia (PDF - 179.2 KB) 9 30/08/2016
9 Queensland Consumers’ Association (PDF - 205.9 KB) 4 30/08/2016
  Queensland Consumers’ Association (Word - 80.0 KB)    
10 Consumer Action Law Centre (PDF - 350.3 KB) 15 30/08/2016
Attachment 1: Regulator Watch - The Enforcement Performance of Australian Consumer Protection Regulators (PDF - 4.0 MB) 246 30/08/2016
Attachment 2: Regulator Statistics (PDF - 268.6 KB) 11 30/08/2016
11 Choice (PDF - 837.9 KB) 29 30/08/2016
12 Australian Institute of Company Directors (PDF - 242.8 KB) 4 30/08/2016
Attachment 1: Not-for-profit Law submission - Australian Institute of Company Directors (PDF - 569.1 KB) 13 30/08/2016
Attachment 2: Legal advice from Norman O'Bryan AM SC (PDF - 197.7 KB) 2 30/08/2016
13 Governance Institute of Australia (PDF - 184.0 KB) 3 30/08/2016
14 Lighting Council Australia (PDF - 162.0 KB) 4 30/08/2016
  Lighting Council Australia (Word - 223.0 KB)    
15 Complementary Medicines Australia (PDF - 133.4 KB) 4 30/08/2016
16 The Australian Construction and Justice Group (PDF - 105.3 KB) 1 30/08/2016
Attachment 1: NSW Ombudsman final report under Section 26 of the Ombudsman Act - Department of Commerce (Office of Fair Trading) (PDF - 2.8 MB) 46 30/08/2016
17 Shopping Centre Council of Australia (SCCA) (PDF - 2.9 MB) 32 31/08/2016
18 Luke Nottage (PDF - 453.8 KB) 21 31/08/2016
  Luke Nottage (Word - 2.1 MB)    
19 Consumers’ Federation of Australia (PDF - 446.3 KB) 8 31/08/2016
20 David Cousins (PDF - 74.3 KB) 3 31/08/2016
  David Cousins (Word - 22.1 KB)    
21 Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (PDF - 135.3 KB) 2 31/08/2016
Attachment: Review of the Australian Consumer Law (PDF - 98.9 KB) 8 31/08/2016
22 Accord Australasia (PDF - 164.1 KB) 3 31/08/2016
23 Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) (PDF - 448.3 KB) 25 31/08/2016
24 Swisse Wellness Pty Ltd * in confidence content omitted - -
25 Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) (PDF - 125.2 KB) 3 05/09/2016
26 Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) (PDF - 507.3 KB) 17 09/09/2016
27 Small Business Development Corporation (WA) (PDF - 169.9 KB) 8 09/09/2016
Attachment: Submission to the Australian Consumer Law Review issues paper (PDF - 207.6 KB) 19 09/09/2016
28 Law Society of NSW (PDF - 448.9 KB) 9 14/09/2016
29 Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) (PDF - 212.5 KB) 4 15/09/2016
  Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) (Word - 76.9 KB)    
30 Australian Dental Industry Association (ADIA) (PDF - 1.2 MB) 15 19/09/2016

Post-draft submissions (24)

Submissions received after the release of the draft report are listed here.
No. Name Pages Received
DR31 David Bibo (PDF - 100.1 KB) * in confidence content omitted; # offline attachments 4 22/12/2016
DR32 Swisse Wellness Pty Ltd (PDF - 143.4 KB) * in confidence content omitted; # offline attachments 3 10/01/2017
DR33 Terry Fogarty (PDF - 86.3 KB) 4 18/01/2017
  Terry Fogarty (Word - 23.8 KB)    
DR34 Queensland Consumer Association (PDF - 61.9 KB) 4 22/01/2017
  Queensland Consumer Association (Word - 77.5 KB)    
DR35 Diarmuid Hannigan (PDF - 151.7 KB) 4 21/01/2017
  Diarmuid Hannigan (Word - 19.9 KB)    
DR36 Choice (PDF - 455.2 KB) 16 23/01/2017
DR37 Keep Me Posted (PDF - 449.0 KB) 17 23/01/2017
DR38 Energy Safe Victoria (PDF - 96.6 KB) 2 23/01/2017
DR39 Consumer Affairs Australia and New Zealand (CAANZ) (PDF - 284.8 KB) 4 23/01/2017
DR40 Australian Automobile Association (PDF - 95.4 KB) 3 23/01/2017
Attachment: Australian Automobile Association submission to the Australian Consumer Law Review (PDF - 1.6 MB) 19 23/01/2017
DR41 Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (PDF - 134.5 KB) 3 23/01/2017
DR42 Australian Toy Association (PDF - 146.6 KB) 6 23/01/2017
  Australian Toy Association (Word - 29.7 KB)    
DR43 National Retail Association (PDF - 86.0 KB) 7 23/01/2017
DR44 Retail Council (PDF - 385.2 KB) 7 24/01/2017
DR45 Consumers’ Federation of Australia (PDF - 312.3 KB) 2 24/01/2017
DR46 NSW Business Chamber (PDF - 335.2 KB) 5 25/01/2017
Attachment: Submission on proposed consumer complaints register (PDF - 657.4 KB) 13 25/01/2017
DR47 Addisons (PDF - 62.8 KB) 2 25/01/2017
DR48 Shopping Centre Council of Australia (PDF - 5.3 MB) 27 27/01/2017
DR49 Consumer Action Law Centre (PDF - 490.9 KB) 31 30/01/2017
DR50 Ai Group (PDF - 315.1 KB) 9 24/01/2017
DR51 Lemon Caravans & RVs in Aus (PDF - 3.6 MB) 23 31/01/2017
DR52 Collin O'Neill (PDF - 27.7 KB) 1 18/01/2017
  Collin O'Neill (Word - 13.7 KB)    
DR53 Australian Retailers Association (PDF - 56.3 KB) 5 30/01/2017
  Australian Retailers Association (Word - 64.8 KB)    
DR54 Queensland Law Society (PDF - 162.1 KB) 5 06/02/2017