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5 August 2020 What is the solution when the gas supply has been locked or removed at the start of a tenancy? Suppliers and retailers – what is the difference? First it’s important to note, retailers...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
05 Aug 2020
Why are reforms being considered? Following a vehicle accident, drivers can easily be taken advantage of as they are often highly vulnerable and in shock. Serious concerns about the accident towing...
Consumer Protection
Consultations / public comment
10 Aug 2020
31 July 2020 Motor vehicle dealers Audit reports reminder 30 June 2020 - financial audit year end 30 September 2020 - financial audit report lodgement deadline An important reminder that all dealers...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
31 Jul 2020
Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety – Consumer Protection Division – Associations Incorporation Act 2015 (WA) – Regulatory approach in response to COVID-19 This Statement sets out the...
Consumer Protection
Notice
31 Jul 2020
This compliance letter is provided to Consumer Protection by the Better Regulation Unit (BRU) of the Department of Treasury. The BRU is responsible for assessing Decision Regulatory Impact Statements...
Consumer Protection
Information
21 Jul 2020
Consumer Protection completed a review of the Fair Trading (Fitness Industry Code of Practice) Regulations 2010 (the Code). The Code sets out specific standards of conduct for the Western Australia (...
Consumer Protection
Reports
22 Jul 2020
Self-check to help your Governing Body (i.e. Management Committee or Board) identify any areas of non-compliance with the Charitable Collections Act 1946 . Checklist for: Management responsibilities...
Consumer Protection
Checklist
17 Jul 2020
Organisations who collect donations from the public for charitable purposes are required to keep collection records and prepare financial reports under the Charitable Collections Act 1946 (the Act)...
Consumer Protection
Fact sheet
17 Jul 2020
There are a variety of ways to raise money for charitable purposes. Before commencing any fundraising activity, an organisation should make sure that it is familiar with any relevant legislative...
Consumer Protection
Information
17 Jul 2020
The decision makers for a licensed charitable collector have a responsibility to ensure that public monies raised for charitable purposes are used efficiently and effectively for the benefit of the...
Consumer Protection
Information
17 Jul 2020
All licences issued under the Charitable Collections Act 1946 (the Act ) are subject to standard conditions imposed by the Commissioner for Consumer Protection (the Commissioner). A failure by an...
Consumer Protection
Information
17 Jul 2020
13 July 2020 It’s important to know the difference between a section 14 (rent default) notice and a section 19 (remedial) notice. A section 14 (rent default) notice is issued when your tenant is not...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
13 Jul 2020
13 July 2020 It’s important to know the difference between a section 14 (rent default) notice and a section 19 (remedial) notice. A section 14 (rent default) notice is issued when a tenant is not...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
13 Jul 2020
13 July 2020 It’s important to know the difference between a section 14 (rent default) notice and a section 19 (remedial) notice. If you are a tenant unable to pay rent due to being affected by the...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
13 Jul 2020
8 July 2020 CPD requirement must be met to avoid infringement Changes to the Real Estate and Business Agents Act 1978 (the Act) to create a stand-alone provision for compulsory professional...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
08 Jul 2020
2 July 2020 COVID-19 and section 19 (remedial) notices It’s important for tenants to know the difference between a section 19 (remedial) and section 14 (rent default) notice. This eBulletin explains...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
02 Jul 2020
3 July 2020 COVID-19 and section 19 (remedial) notices It’s important to know the difference between a section 19 (remedial) and section 14 (rent default) notice. This eBulletin explains section 19 (...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
02 Jul 2020
Who needs to use this This form is only to be completed by organisations who hold a charitable collections licence in Western Australia and are NOT registered with the Australian Charities and Not-...
Consumer Protection
Form – application
01 Jul 2020
29 June 2020 It’s important to know the difference between a remedial and rent default notice. This eBulletin explains remedial notices and when to use them. Next week’s will focus on rent default...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
02 Jul 2020
Who needs to use this This form should be used to voluntarily cancel an existing charitable collections licence. This form is not to be used by organisations moving from one legal structure to...
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
01 Jul 2020
Form last updated 30 July 2020 Who needs to use this This form should be used to notify the Commissioner for Consumer Protection (Commissioner) of any changes to a charitable collections licence...
Consumer Protection
Form – notification
30 Jul 2020
Residential Rent Relief Grant Scheme - Can't pay your rent? poster to download, print and share. Key message: There is a special grant of up to $2,000 available to help with rent if you're struggling...
Consumer Protection
Poster
24 Jun 2020
16 June 2020 Motor vehicle dealers Contract cancellations - charging pre-estimated liquidated damages Consumer Protection has received a number of enquiries from consumers about the amount of pre-...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
22 Jun 2020
Scammers are using the pandemic to take advantage. Don’t be tricked!
Consumer Protection
Flyers
12 Jun 2020
5 June 2020 COVID-19 and 2020 annual budget meeting The requirement for retirement village operators to hold their annual budget planning meetings by 30 June each year remains in place during the...
Consumer Protection
Bulletin
08 Jun 2020

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