Duggan & Lanyon’s Consumer Credit Law, 2nd edition
Duggan & Lanyon’s Consumer Credit Law is an essential text for legal practitioners specialising in this very complex area of the law
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Duggan & Lanyon’s Consumer Credit Law is suitable for both lawyers specialising in lending as well as those whose practitioners whose involvement with the Code is more peripheral. The updated and revised second edition covers all major developments in legislation and case law since the first edition was published in 1999.
Written by experts in the field, this title concentrates on the Code but covers related laws and various state and territory laws governing the licensing and registration of credit providers and the constitution of tribunals.
- Authoritative and accessible piece of legal writing
- Comprehensive coverage of the NCCP
- Expert authors with strong reputations in the consumer credit field
Australian Consumer Credit Law, looseleaf and online
Beatty & Smith, LNAA: Annotated National Credit Code, 5th edition, 2014
Sharpe, Unconscionable Conduct in Australian Consumer and Commercial Contracts, 2018
Table of contents
Part I – Introduction:
2. Regulatory Strategies
3. Scope of Legislation
Part II – NCCP Act:
5. Controls over the Cost of Credit
6. Responsible Lending
Part III – NCC
7. Contract Documentation
8. Securities and Guarantees
9. Variations and Assignments
10. Ending and Enforcing Credit Contracts
11. Unjust Contracts
12. Related Sale Contracts
14. Consumer Leases
15. Documents and Notices
Part IV – Codes of Conduct
16. Credit Provider Codes of Conduct
Part V – Regulatory Oversight
17. Administration, Supervision, Compliance
18. Remedies and Enforcement Powers
Part VI – ASIC Act
19. Consumer Protection in the ASIC Act