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  • National occupational licensing

    National licensing is not going ahead, but we are still looking to help labour mobility for licence holders. Find out about the state of discussions.

  • Bunk bed safety

    You can access our archived information about bunk bed safety in short-term rental accommodation. These safety standards now apply.

  • Incorporated associations

    Find our review and consultation archives on the laws for operating incorporated associations in Queensland. These papers are now closed.

  • Management rights of residential and holiday accommodation

    You can access our archived discussion paper on management rights in residential and holiday accommodation. This paper is now closed.

  • Gift cards

    You can access our archived issues paper that looked at problems with gift cards. This paper is now closed.

  • Debt collection

    You can access our archived discussion paper on options for nationally consistent rules for debt collection. This paper is now closed.

  • Two-lot body corporate (duplex) schemes

    You can access our archived consultation paper on simplifying the process for managing duplex-style bodies corporate. This paper is now closed.

  • Business names

    The national business name register is now active. The Australian Government handled the consultation for this project, which is now closed.

  • Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR)

    The Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) has come into effect. Find out how these changes impact on loans and securities.

  • Security providers

    We made major reforms to security provider laws in 2008. Find copies of our archived consultation papers that relate to this project.

  • Australian Consumer Law (ACL)

    The Australian Consumer Law (ACL) was introduced around Australia in 2011. Find out what it is and what types of activities the laws regulate.

  • Trade measurement

    The Australian Government now handles trade measurement law. This replaced the previous Queensland laws.

  • Unit pricing

    The Australian Government now handles unit pricing. This replaced the previous Queensland laws.

  • Interest rate cap

    The Australian Government now handles the interest rate cap. This replaced the previous Queensland laws.

Fair trading laws

We periodically review all fair trading laws.

When legislation is up for review, the Queensland Government often consults with stakeholders and the community. We can give you advice on how to make a submission for each review.

You can also make suggestions about laws not currently under review. Write to:

We will consider your suggestion and keep it on file until the next time we review that law.

Last updated
1 July 2014

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