Legislative and Governance Forum on Consumer Affairs

Location
Caf Secretariat, Market And Competition Policy Division
Postal Address
Treasury Building, Langton Crescent, Parkes ACT 2600
Enquiries
(02) 6263 3144
Website
http://www.consumerlaw.gov.au
 
 

The Legislative and Governance Forum on Consumer Affairs (CAF) consists of all Commonwealth, State, Territory and New Zealand Ministers responsible for fair trading and consumer protection laws. CAF was formerly known as the Ministerial Council on Consumer Affairs (MCCA).

CAF’s role is to consider consumer affairs and fair trading matters of national significance and, where possible, develop a consistent approach to those issues. The CAF Charter outlines CAF’s function.

Ministers generally meet twice a year, and there are also several official level committees that meet throughout the year to discuss specific aspects of consumer protection. The CAF Charter outlines CAF’s structure.

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  • Chair

    The Hon Marlene Kairouz MP

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    Vic - Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation
     
     
  • Member

    The Hon Michael McCormack MP

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    Commonwealth - Minister for Small Business
     
     
  • The Hon Natasha Fyles MLA

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    NT - Attorney General and Minister for Justice
     
     
  • Mr Shane Rattenbury MLA

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    ACT - Minister for Justice and Consumer Affairs
     
     
  • The Hon Victor Dominello MP

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    NSW - Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation
     
     
  • The Hon Paul Goldsmith

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    New Zealand - Minister for Commerce and Consumer Affairs
     
     
  • The Hon Yvette D'Ath MP

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    Qld - Attorney-General, Minister for Justice and Minister for Training and Skills
     
     
  • The Hon Guy Barnett MP

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    Tas - Minister for Building and Construction
     
     
  • The Hon John Rau MP

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    SA - Minister for Consumer and Business Services
     
     
  • The Hon Michael Mischin MLC

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    WA - Attorney-General
     
     
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