Another law firm advertises Aveo class action

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Legal firm Maurice Blackburn has announced they will investigate a potential no-win no-fee class action against the village operator over its “unfair, unconscionable and potentially misleading” contracts.

Interestingly, the firm states the class action will only proceed “if enough ex-Aveo residents support seeking redress and on the satisfactory completion of Maurice Blackburn’s investigation into Aveo’s business practices.”

In July, Maddens Lawyers announced a similar move – but have yet to file their action.

Sydney law firm Levitt Robinson have also filed a class action against Aveo – four weeks later than originally planned according to the Fin Review.

A case of everyone jumping on the bandwagon?

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