Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Civil Justice Council.

Even the Civil Justice Council agree there is a problem.

'The CJC is anxious to close what it considers to be a gap in "access to justice” affecting a wide range of consumers, small businesses and employees who are prevented from bringing difficult but meritorious lawsuits because of the costs involved. Under the current system, a patchwork of regulators, ombudsmen and consumer protection groups can go some way to bridging this gap.
But often they lack the desire, powers or resources to bring the sort of lawsuits on behalf of consumers that we could see if the rules are changed.' [my emphasis]

I suggest that one of the first 'collective actions' should be against the LGO.

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