top of page

Expert Unfair Terms Litigation Lawyers

Our team of experienced commercial lawyers are well-versed in identifying and challenging unfair terms in all types of contracts, and will work tirelessly to ensure that your rights are protected. We have a proven track record of success in navigating complex legal issues and achieving positive outcomes for our clients. If you believe you have been a victim of unfair terms in a contract or consumer agreement, we invite you to contact us. Our team will review your case and advise you on the best course of action.

Types of Unfair Terms Legal Services

Unfair Contract Terms Litigation Help

Unfair Contract Terms Litigation

This can include disputes related to terms that are one-sided, unclear, or hidden in fine print in contracts. For example, a company may include a clause in a contract that limits their liability, or allows them to change the terms of the contract at any time without notice.

If your case goes to court, a lawyer can represent you and fight for your rights. They will have the knowledge and experience to argue your case, cross-examine witnesses, and present evidence. They will also be able to handle the legal procedures and paperwork required to litigate your case.

Practice Area - Commercial Law

Unfair Terms

Welcome to BlackBay Lawyers, your trusted legal experts in the area of unfair terms litigation. Our team of experienced litigation lawyers are well-versed in identifying and challenging unfair terms in all types of contracts in court, and will work tirelessly to ensure that your rights are protected. We have a proven track record of success in navigating complex legal issues and achieving positive outcomes for our clients in court.

UNFAIR TERMS LAWYER CONSULTATION

Contact our experienced team today

  • LinkedIn
  • Instagram
Sidney Cityscape_edited_edited.jpg

Unfair Terms Case Information

Examples of Unfair Terms

There are several examples of unfair terms in contracts in Australia. Some of the most common include:

  • Automatic renewal clauses: This is a term that allows a company to automatically renew a service without the consumer's consent. This can be found in contracts for services such as gym memberships, mobile phone plans, and subscription-based services.

  • Unfair termination clauses: This is a term that allows a company to terminate a contract without just cause or notice. This can be found in contracts for services such as rental agreements, employment contracts, and service agreements.

  • Limitation of liability clauses: This is a term that limits a company's liability in case of loss or damage. These clauses can be found in contracts for services such as delivery, installation, and repair services.

  • Unfair indemnity clauses: This is a term that requires one party to indemnify another party for losses that may occur. This can be found in contracts for services such as construction and consulting services.

  • Exclusive jurisdiction clauses: This is a term that requires disputes to be resolved in a specific location, usually the company's home jurisdiction, which can be disadvantageous for the consumer.

  • Unfair arbitration clauses: This is a term that requires disputes to be resolved through arbitration, which can be more expensive and less accessible than going to court.

These are just a few examples of the many types of unfair terms that can be found in contracts in Australia. If you believe you have been a victim of unfair terms in a contract or consumer agreement, we invite you to contact BlackBay Lawyers, your trusted legal experts in the area of unfair terms litigation in Australia. Our team will review your case and advise you on the best course of action, including the possibility of taking legal action.

Our expertise. 
Your call. 

Level 30, 133 Castlereagh St, Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia

Make an enquiry

At BlackBay Lawyers, we understand that dealing with unfair terms can be a difficult and complex process. That's why we are here to guide you every step of the way, and provide the support and expertise you need to protect your rights. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn how we can help you.

bottom of page