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Search Warrant Invalid
In order for a search warrant to be issued under the Fair Trading Act, there must be reasonable grounds to believe that there was evidence of a contravention of the Act.
Australia
8 Apr 2009
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Is A Repairer A Manufacturer?
Repairers who do not supply goods are not manufacturers under Part VA of the Trade Practices Act.
Australia
7 Apr 2009
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Inherently Dangerous Products - A Painful Cut
An inherently dangerous product and a safe system of work were considered by the court.
Australia
7 Apr 2009
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AstraZeneca Runs Out Of Puff
The "Seretide" war reached the Full Court of the Federal Court in Australia this month. The central issue in the case involved the question of whether two flyers sent to some 14,000 general practitioners in Australia and two advertisements published in "Australian Doctor" magazine relating to Glaxo's "Seretide" combination inhaler were misleading and deceptive or likely to mislead or deceive in contravention of the Australian Trade Practices Act.
Australia
23 Mar 2006
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The Australian Consumer Product Safety System - if it ain´t broke, should we fix it?
The Australian Productivity Commission has concluded that, on the whole, our current system of consumer product safety is working relatively well. There is no demonstrated economic need for any wholesale substantive reform.
Australia
13 Mar 2006
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Repco´s "Sizzling Sound Sellout" a Trade Practices Fizzer
Retailers should not make special offers to attract customers unless they have enough stock to meet reasonable customer demand during the advertised sale period. If particular items are available in limited quantities or at limited locations, this must be clearly communicated.
Australia
28 Feb 2006
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Payment Legislation - An Update On Overseas Developments
Reforms proposed in the UK could be relevant to Australian security of payment regimes. The New South Wales Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 1999 has entered its sixth year of operation. Similar legislation is now in operation in Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia. The NSW scheme has already undergone one series of amendments in 2002.
Australia
20 May 2005
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