In the last few weeks I've looked at a lot of property advertising. Most properties have plans. Some have dimensions. Some of these dimensions are legible, many are not. Some are in a black font, some are in grey. All or nearly all have conditions, which are often in a very small font. I have one before me that has an A4 page of information, the plan is about 55 mm long, dimensions are in 3 point, and the conditions cannot be read - too small. On a screen they cannot be read either - too faint and too grainy. Every property that I have measured has dimensions smaller than the plan, usually 7-10%. One property cited 88 sm on the advertising and was closer to 65 sm measured, an error of about 25%. The preceding makes it quite hard for prospective buyers to assess properties. Further, it seems to me that if dimensions are cited then they should be reasonably accurate. Instead, it appears that the dimensions have been made bigger to decieve. If so, then it may be that Australian Consumer Law provisions apply, notably Division, which deals with false or misleading representations. If so, then remedies exist. Other Acts also apply. Comments regarding the above would be valued.