9781472452344 hardback 1472452348 hardback 9781315574752
Markets and the law.
Includes index. "This book came about as a result of a symposium entitled "Consumer, Credit and the Law" that was held in Brisbane, Australia, in July 2013."--Acknowledgements, page [viii].
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Consumer law : paternalism, fragmentation, and centralised enforcement / Karen Fairweather, Paul O'Shea and Ross Grantham It's for your own good : legal paternalism and New Zealand consumer credit laws / Kate Tokeley Credit : suitable for one or safe for everyone? / Gail Pearson Responsible lending : consumer protection and prudential regulation perspectives / Onyeka Osuji Can consumer law solve the problem of complexity in US consumer credit products? / Kathleen C. Engel Making payday loans safer : the Australian approach to regulating small and medium sized loans / Nicola J. Howell High cost credit in the UK : a philosophical justification for government intervention / Jodi Gardner Apples and oranges? : responsible mortgage lending in the UK and Australia / Karen Fairweather Sorting the sheep from the wolves in sheep's clothing : defining community development finance institutions as distinct from fringe lenders in efforts to address financial exclusion / Therese Wilson Unfair contract terms legislation : is it good consumer law? / Paul O'Shea The fragility of unfair terms law on bank charges: towards a complex re-litigation in the UK? / Mel Kenny and James Devenney The regulation of unfair terms in non-professional suretyship agreements : lessons for the wider European Union harmonization agenda / James Devenney and Mel Kenny.
K1096.A6 C655 2013
Available in Other Form
Online version: Consumers, credit and the law symposium (2013 : University of Queensland) Credit, consumers and the law Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2016
London ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2017.