Further to the Trade Practices Amendment (Australian Consumer Law) Bill 2009, the bill amends: the
Trade Practices Act 1974,
Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act 2001 and
Corporations Act 2001 to implement a national consumer law regime (the Australian Consumer Law) in relation to: general and specific consumer protections; misleading and deceptive conduct; unconscionable conduct; unfair practices; consumer transactions; statutory consumer guarantees; a standard consumer product safety law for consumer goods; and product-related services; the
Trade Practices Act 1974 to rename it as the
Competition and Consumer Act 2010; and 61 Acts to reflect the change in title of the
Trade Practices Act 1974.