ACL industry guides

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The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) is Australia’s national law for fair trading and consumer protection and replaced previous consumer protection laws in the Commonwealth, states and territories.

The ACL applies at the Commonwealth level and in each state and territory. The guides below provide specific information on the ACL for the following industries:

Sharing economy guides

The sharing economy connects consumers to people who have products or services to sell, hire or lease via an online platform. It includes services such as Airbnb and Uber. The ACCC have produced the following guides in various formats to help understand how the ACL applies:

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