The first, cheapest and simplest remedy is to complain directly and promptly to the other A person or organisation directly involved in a court case. Parties include the plaintiff or applicant, the defendant, and any third party added to the action, but not independent witnesses.; that is – talk about it. This kind of remedy is much less expensive, and usually quicker, than those available from the legal system. Complaints involving companies or shops should be addressed to someone in a position of authority if you have been unable to resolve the problem with the person involved in the original transaction. It is often useful to put your complaint in writing. Where there is a reasonable basis for the complaint, most reputable businesses A document that sets out what a person wants to happen to their money and other property after they die. give a refund, exchange or repair.
If you cannot get a satisfactory resolution to your problem after writing to a seller or Formal delivery of legal documents to a person to tell them there are court proceedings against them which they must defend, or to make sure a witness in a case knows when they have to go to court to give evidence. provider, you still have several options. Usually, the next best option is to complain to Under the Australian Consumer Law, a person who buys goods or services for less than $40 000 or for personal or home use. Affairs Victoria. They may be able to help you reach an agreement with a business. They can be contacted on 1300 558 181 or a complaint may be lodged via their website at www.consumer.vic.gov.au (for further details, see ‘Consumer Affairs Victoria’, below).
If legal proceedings are commenced by the other party, seek legal advice immediately.