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Misleading or deceptive conduct in the non-disclosure of conditions of a cash-back offer requiring the purchase of two or more of the product (whereas at the time of purchase, the representation was that purchase of only one of the products was necessary).
GWA manufacturers Caroma sanitary ware. GWA proposed to acquire the bathroom products division of James Hardie Industries Ltd which makes Fowler sanitary ware. The Commission was concerned about the voting strength the merger would give GWA on certain Technical Standards Committees.
False representations as to standard, quality, etc of sunglasses. S.65C: Failure to comply with a prescribed standard. Undertakings to cease the conduct and remove the offending sunglasses from sale, and to institute a compliance program.
False representations as to standard, quality, etc of sunglasses. S.65C: Failure to comply with a prescribed standard. Undertakings to cease the conduct and remove the offending sunglasses from sale, and to institute a compliance program.
False representations as to standard, quality, etc of sunglasses. S.65C: Failure to comply with a prescribed standard. Undertakings to cease the conduct and remove the offending sunglasses from sale, and to institute a compliance program.
Exclusive Dealing: Attempts by STA to make purchase of Readyplan travel insurance compulsory for participants of the Student Work Abroad Scheme (SWAP). (Participants in SWAP were already required to book their flights through STA.) Undertakings not to engage in activities in breach of s.47.
False representations as to standard, quality, etc of sunglasses. S.65C: Failure to comply with a prescribed standard. Undertakings to cease the conduct and remove the offending sunglasses from sale, and to institute a compliance program.
False representations as to standard, quality, etc of sunglasses. S.65C: Failure to comply with a prescribed standard. Undertakings to cease the conduct and remove the offending sunglasses from sale, and to institute a compliance program
Kresta was alleged to have made false or misleading representations by increasing the price of blinds at the same time as making a "buy one get one free" offer. Undertakings given not to in future advertise price reductions where the price reduction applies to a price which has been contemporaneously increased, or increased within the previous three months.
False representations were made as to the standard and quality, etc, of sunglasses. In addition, there was a suspected failure to comply with a prescribed consumer standard, under s.65C. Undertakings were given to cease the conduct and remove the offending sunglasses from sale, and to institute a compliance program.