The latest edition of the LPA Ticketing Code is effective from 1 January 2016.
The Code and other corresponding documents, including Consumer Guides to inform Australian consumers about ticketing in the primary and secondary ticket market, are available to download via the links below.
Please note that the LPA Ticketing Code comprises two parts, one labelled the Consumer Code and the other labelled the Industry Code.
Since 2001 LPA has produced the LPA Ticketing Code of Practice, (LPA Ticketing Code) a voluntary industry code of practice covering the ticketing industry for live performance events.
The LPA Ticketing Code provides protection for consumers in the live performance industry, and although the document itself does not carry legal force it is reflective of legal standards as expressed in the Australian Consumer Law. The LPA Ticketing Code is independently reviewed and re-issued every three years, and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) provide feedback as part of the Review process.
The current edition of the LPA Ticketing Code is effective unitl 1 January 2016.
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