The Yearbook of Consumer Law provides a valuable outlet for high quality scholarly work which tracks developments in the consumer law field with a domestic, regional and international dimension.The 2009 volume presents a range of peer-reviewed scholarly articles, analytical in approach and focusing on specific areas of consumer law such as credit, consumer redress and the impact of the European Union on consumer law. The book also includes a section dedicated to significant developments during the period covered, such as key legislative developments and important court decisions. It is an essential resource for all academics and practitioners working in the areas of consumer law and policy.51 Where people are excluded from accessing credit from a#39;mainstreama#39; credit providers such as banks and credit ... For example, in seeking to qualify for a Centrelink (Australian Social Security) health care card, a single person with no ... 5 1 A Report on Financial Exclusion in Australia, ANZ, Chant Link and Associates (2004), p. 58. 52 For an explanation of NILS and LILS schemes in Australia, see Consumer Affairs Victoria, The Report of the Consumer Credit Review (2006), pp.
|Title||:||The Yearbook of Consumer Law|
|Author||:||Deborah Parry, Annette Nordhausen, Geraint Howells, Christian Twigg-Flesner|