Australian Consumer Law (Code of Practice for Fuel Price Reporting) Regulations 2020 - Have your say
The Tasmanian Government is introducing a real time fuel price monitoring reporting scheme and we are seeking your input on the Australian Consumer Law (Code of Practice for Fuel Price Reporting) Regulations 2020 (the draft Regulations).
The Australian Consumer Law allows for the introduction of a Code of Practice where it is in the public interest to do so, drafted in consultation with the Tasmanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
The objective of the fuel price reporting scheme is to provide greater transparency of fuel prices to the Tasmanian community. The Code of Practice will require fuel retailers to register and notify their fuel price information which will be made available via the Tasmanian Government app/website.
Download the Australian Consumer Law (Code of Practice for Fuel Price Reporting) Regulations 2020 (PDF, 224.1 KB)
How to make a submission
The comment period for this consultation is now closed.
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