Penalties - unconscionable conduct

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Penalties for breaching your obligation 

Maximum civil pecuniary penalty: $1.1 million (body corporate), $220,000 (person)

Your obligation Civil penalty section of the Act Section of the Competition and Consumer Act Schedule 2 - Australian Consumer Law
You must not, in trade or commerce, engage in conduct that is unconscionable within the meaning of the unwritten law. 224(3) 20
You must not, in trade or commerce, in connection with the possible supply of goods or services, engage in conduct that is unconscionable. 224(3) 21(1)
You must not, in trade or commerce, in connection with: (a) the possible supply of goods or services to another person (other than a listed public company); or (b) the possible acquisition of goods or services from another person (other than a listed public company); engage in conduct that is unconscionable. 224(3) 22(1)

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