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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has accepted a court enforceable undertaking from CAMI and iTutor tutoring software suppliers, Compass Matin Pty Ltd [ACN 140 170 038] (Compass Matin) and eduCollect Pty Ltd [ACN 139 749 572] (EduCollect), in relation to Compass Matin and EduCollect’s use of unfair contract terms within the meaning of section 24 of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) and representations made by Compass Matin to consumers in contravention of sections 18 and 29(1)(g) of the ACL.

AA Machinery Pty Ltd

25 October 2021
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has accepted a court enforceable undertaking from AA Machinery Pty Ltd (trading as Agrison) and its sole Director, Mr Volkan (Nick) Yokus (Mr Yokus), in relation to representations concerning consumers’ rights under a warranty and the availability of after sales service and spare parts.
On 6 October 2021, Frontier Networks provided written notice to the ACCC electing to be bound by the class exemption under section 143A of the Telecommunications Act 1997.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has accepted a court enforceable undertaking from Nero Bathrooms International Pty Ltd (Nero) after Nero admitted it was likely to have engaged in resale price maintenance in contravention of section 48 of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) (CCA).
The ACCC accepted a court enforceable undertaking (the Undertaking) from Australian Payments Plus Ltd (AP+) pursuant to s 87B of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) in connection with AP+’s proposed acquisition of shares in BPAY Group Holding Pty Ltd (BPAY HoldCo), eftpos Payments Australia Limited (eftpos) and New Payments Platform Australia Limited (NPPA) (the Proposed Amalgamation).
On 13 August 2021, DGtek provided written notice to the ACCC electing to be bound by the class exemption under section 143A of the Telecommunications Act 1997.

On 19 July 2021, the ACCC made the Interim Access Determination (IAD) for the Superfast Broadband Access Service (SBAS). The SBAS IAD expires on 31 December 2022, unless revoked sooner. 

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission declares, pursuant to section 152AL(3) of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) (the Act), that the local bitstream access service (LBAS) is a "declared service" for the purposes of Part XIC of the Act.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission declares, pursuant to section 152AL(3) of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) (the Act), that the superfast broadband access service (SBAS) is a "declared service" for the purposes of Part XIC of the Act.