when I lived in Adelaide - Australia, I recall that it was a place full of unnecessary difficulties and red tape that hindered any kind of real progress.
However, one element that I liked about it was the laws of consumer protection.
When I purchased a house in one of the inner suburbs through a normal sale (not auction), I had 2 business days to cool off and change my mind. The same privilege did not apply to the seller. Similarly with advertised items which were incorrectly labeled with lowered price tags had to be honoured by law.
I recall when living in Italy, that any refunds to a fully paid (or any deposits ) on an item that was sold to someone else or where the seller changed his mind had to refunded in double!!!