Lawyers and the Australian Consumer Law

Discussion in 'Australian Consumer Law Forum' started by gordonc, 1 December 2019.

  1. gordonc

    gordonc Well-Known Member

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    Thank you SB. I can see that there would be the defence of "immunity" against a section 18(1) ACL proceeding. I will have to take my chances if I actually decide to go ahead, and I thank you for the warning.

    I am also creating a substantial ability to not only put to a Court of suitable jurisdiction, but to put it to the Court of Public Opinion which may draw a different conclusion to that of a Law Court.

    As to the Legal Services Commission, YUK, I have found that outfit to be absolutely useless and only provide whitewash solutions. On top of that, there is the insulting attitude of the Commissioner, which just compounds the distress initially cause by the lawyer complained about. I guess that is why they have 6 x 1 star reviews on Google, which will be joined with my own blistering review in due course.
     
  2. gordonc

    gordonc Well-Known Member

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    But I take your point, and if the matter is going to happen, I will lodge the pleading with the LSC prior to filing in the Court, just to make sure they are going to provide their usual rude service.
     
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