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TUTORIAL SEVEN QUESTIONS 1. Definition of consumer for the purpose of consumer guarantees: A person acquires goods as a consumer only if: - The amount payable for the goods does not exceed is $40,000 - The goods are of a king of ordinarily acquired for personal, domestic or household use or consumption - The goods consisted of a vehicle or trailer acquired for use principally in the transport of goods on public roads: Australian Consumer Law, s 3 (1) Definition of consumers for the purpose of unfair contract terms provisions: A consumer contract is one for the supply of goods or services or the sale of land to an individual who acquires them wholly or predominantly for personal, domestic or household use or consumption: s 23(3). The contracts affected by the “small business” amendments are those where: - At least one party is a business that employs less than 20 people - The upfront price payable under the contract is: $300,000 or less $1,000,000 or less, if the contract is for more than 12 months -
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