ANZIIF Webinar - Fair Deal Preparing for the new unfair contract terms law

8 Dec 2020
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For Australian insurers, 5 April 2021 heralds a new regulatory landscape where, for the first time, the industry's Insurance Contracts Act 1984 (ICA) will be subject to unfair contracts terms provisions known as 'UCT Laws'.

Tune in to this webinar to hear from John Anning, Insurance Council of Australia and Cain Jackson, Wotton + Kearney for an overview of the new regime.


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