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14 July 2016 Settlement agents are required to have their trust accounts for the financial year ending 30 June 2016, or part thereof, audited. The Commissioner for Consumer Protection (the...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
28 Oct 2021
Buying and keeping your car Buying a car is one of the biggest things you will do other than buying a house, but how you get the right car for you isn't always easy. There’s some things you’ll need...
Consumer Protection
Information
28 Oct 2021
24 April 2017 Bonds lodgement required within 14 days. Since 1 December 2016, Consumer Protection has taken a tougher stance where residential tenancy bonds have not been lodged within the required...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
28 Oct 2021
3 January 2017 Don’t leave it to the last minute to organise your annual trust account audit. By law all real estate agents (agents) who have held or received monies in trust are required to submit...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
28 Oct 2021
29 April 2019 Hot tip to avoid costly bond lodgement failures Did you know? Approximately 30-40% of bond lodgement failures are the result of invalid direct debit account types provided on lodgement...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
28 Oct 2021
29 April 2019 Hot tip: Avoid costly bond lodgement failures For long-stay tenancy agreements, park operators are legally required to lodge bonds within 14 days of receiving the funds. Bonds must be...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
28 Oct 2021
The Construction Contracts Act 2004 (the Act) commenced operation on 1 January 2005. The Act provides a means for the rapid adjudication of payment disputes for parties to a contract for the carrying...
Building and Energy
Reports
28 Oct 2021
5 January 2015 Consumer Protection expects agents will be preparing their business trust account records for the audit period, 1 January 2014 to 31 December 2014 for submission to their auditor...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
27 Oct 2021
3 March 2016 The Real Estate and Business Agents Act 1978 requires all agents who hold a current triennial certificate and have held or received monies in trust during the 2015 year, to cause the...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
27 Oct 2021
This publication is a summary of the Enrolled Nurses and Nursing Assistants (Private) Award. On 24 June 2021 the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission (WAIRC) issued the 2021 State Wage...
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
27 Oct 2021
This publication is a summary of the Industrial Spraypainting and Sandblasting Award. On 24 June 2021 the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission (WAIRC) issued the 2021 State Wage Case...
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
27 Oct 2021
This publication is a summary of the Photographic Industry Award. This award covers employees working in the photographic industry: as developers, printers, mounters, retouchers, colourers, enlargers...
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
27 Oct 2021
This publication is a summary of the Retail Pharmacists Award. This award covers employees at retail pharmacies and/or dispensaries working as pharmacists, pharmacts-in-charge, pharmacist managers,...
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
27 Oct 2021
This publication is a summary of the Sheet Metal Workers Award. On 24 June 2021 the Western Australian Industrial Relations Commission (WAIRC) issued the 2021 State Wage Case decision. The WAIRC...
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
27 Oct 2021
17 August 2015 Settlement agents are required to have their trust accounts for the year 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2015, or part thereof, audited by an auditor approved by the Consumer Protection...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
27 Oct 2021
This publication is a summary of the Transport Workers (General) Award. There are several WA awards covering the work of a driver or driver assistant. The award that applies will depend on the type...
Labour Relations
Fact sheet
26 Oct 2021
Small business may need to engage an independent contractor to perform tasks on their behalves. There are about 986,000 persons working as independent contractors in Australia (ABS 2013). Engaging...
WorkSafe
Information
22 Oct 2021
The Work Health and Safety Excellence Awards were held at Optus Stadium on 22 October 2021. Find out about the finalist in this prestigious event in the Work Health and Safety Excellence Awards 2021...
WorkSafe
Brochure
22 Oct 2021
Below is a sample complaint letter regarding a residential tenancy issue. Remember in some cases you will need to use a formal notice and follow the proper process for issuing a notice . Your name...
Consumer Protection
Template
22 Oct 2021
This policy provides the criteria the Electrical Licensing Board require to be met for an Electrical Contractor's Licence to be issued.
Building and Energy
Policies
22 Oct 2021
As part of its function, Building and Energy provides an avenue for both consumers and builders to resolve disputes relating to workmanship issues in connection with a regulated building services and...
Building and Energy
Fact sheet
22 Oct 2021
Ask Us is a series of education initiatives and publications designed specifically for Aboriginal consumers in Western Australia. If you have a question about your mobile phone contract, about your...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
21 Oct 2021
This guide to your rights when shopping answers many common consumer questions and explains your rights under the Australian Consumer Law (ACL). What if a supermarket scanner charges me too much?...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
21 Oct 2021
Misleading behaviour Misleading or deceptive behaviour is when a shop owner or trader presents an incorrect view about the price, value or quality of goods or services to you. A shop owner can break...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
21 Oct 2021
Estimates and quotes are different ways of putting a price on a job or service before the job is done. What is a quote? A quote is the total amount a tradesperson agrees it will cost to do a job or...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
21 Oct 2021

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