Hi, My daughter had her year 12 graduation ball and as usual there was a photographer. Almost everybody had photos taken and I believe no papers were filled in. All she was asked to do was write her name and address on a piece of paper and hold it in the first photo. She visited the photographer's web site and decided no to buy. Some time later, she received an envelope with a photo pack and an invoice ($139). As we had not placed an order I chose to do nothing. A couple of weeks later, we received a further invoice, now addressed to parent/guardian asking for payment or return of photos (to avoid additional costs). I don't believe I am responsible under Australian Consumer Law to do anything as I didn't ask for the photos, and my daughter is too young to enter into a contract. I think the safest action is to send them an email advising that we did not place an order and I will will make the photos available for collection at a time convenient to me. If the photos are not collected they will be disposed of in 30 days. Do you think I missed anything as I assume I have some responsibility to care for their property (photos)?