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Withdrawal of Section 87B Undertaking In light of written confirmation from the receivers for Kirby Street (Trading) Pty Limited, formerly known as Australian Discount Retail (Trading) Pty Ltd (ADRT), that its businesses have been sold, it has ceased to trade as a going concern and has been wound up, the obligations in the Undertaking are redundant and were withdrawn.
Australian Opal Cutters Pty Ltd (AOC) operates a business through which it sells a variety of jewellery and gemstones, predominantly opals and pearls. On or around 7 December 2005, AOC received a letter from the ACCC in relation to AOC's advertising practices.
Withdrawal of Section 87B Undertaking Daiichi Chinmi Australia Pty Ltd (formerly Austrimi Seafoods Pty Ltd) advised that on 31 January 2009 it sold the Austrimi Seafoods business and is no longer operating in Australia.
Austar Port Lincoln Pty Ltd trading as Austar Seafood Warehouse (Austar) is a seafood company situated in Port Lincoln that sells and supplies seafood products via its single retail outlet in Port Lincoln direct to consumers (and via wholesale to traders).
Between July 2008 and December 2009 Apollo Bicycle Co Pty Ltd (Apollo) supplied a children’s bicycle, the Radius Racer X Al 12” Bicycle (the Bicycle) to 133 retailers located throughout Australia.
On 27 January 2010, the ACCC accepted the undertaking of Anthony Kevin Canning, a director of Toll Holdings Ltd and/or its related bodies corporate. Under the undertaking Anthony Kevin Canning agrees to sell down any interest he has in Asciano Limited and thereafter maintain his independence from Asciano.
On 21 September 2004 the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission accepted court enforceable undertakings, pursuant to section 87B of the Trade Practices Act 1974, from Harbin Pty Ltd trading as Ray's Outdoors.
In the period 1 May 2008 to 8 June 2009 Vodafone Hutchison Australia Pty Limited (VHA) implemented a handset direction which involved VHA staff making representations to its customers that the only remedy available to them for a faulty mobile phone was a repair of that phone.