Via Banking Day:
The Centre Alliance Party is employing an unusual strategy to put pressure on the government to legislate reforms to the small amount credit contract and consumer leasing markets. It has introduced separate bills in the House of Representatives and in the Senate, which both mirror legislation the government drafted in 2017 but never acted on.
Yesterday, Centre Alliance Senator Stirling Griff introduced a private member’s bill, the National Consumer Credit Amendment (Small Amount Credit Contract and Consumer Lease Reforms) Bill 2019.
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