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Property Agents and Motor Dealers Act 2000

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The Queensland Government is reducing red tape for property agents, motor dealers, auctioneers and commercial agents.

The following Bills were introduced into the Queensland Parliament on 20 November 2013:

If passed by the Queensland Parliament, the four Bills will replace the current Property Agents and Motor Dealers Act 2000 (PAMDA) in 2014.

The introduction of the Bills follows extensive consultation with industry. The changes reduce red tape and government involvement in the industries, while maintaining appropriate protection for consumers.

In addition to splitting PAMDA into industry specific Acts, key red tape measures are listed below. This list is not exhaustive.

It is important to note that the Bills have not been passed by Parliament yet, and some provisions may change before the new laws commence as a result of consideration and debate of the Bills by the Parliament.

Property occupations

Licensing

Transactions

Appointments

Motor dealing and chattel auctioneer occupations

Licensing

Transactions

Appointments

Debt collection (field agent and collection agent) occupations

Licensing

Appointments

Financial administration

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Last reviewed 20/11/2013

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