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Not long until unfair contract terms laws apply to insurance…are you prepared?

We last wrote about the upcoming unfair contract terms reforms in our article ‘The ‘fairness revolution’ continues: Government releases draft legislation extending unfair contract terms regime to insurance’. With only 10 months to go until the unfair contract terms laws apply to insurance contracts, insurers and coverholders should prepare for implementation by undertaking a legal … Continue reading

ASIC proposes a freeze on cold calling practices

Following the release of Report 622 earlier this month, which was highly critical of sales of consumer credit insurance, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has released Consultation Paper 317 (CP 317). Under CP 317, ASIC proposes to prohibit unsolicited telephone sales of two types of insurance – direct life insurance and consumer credit … Continue reading
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