On the 14 December 2011 the ACCC has accepted a variation to section 87B undertaking from Mr John Apostolidis, Director, Yarrabee Investments Pty Ltd, previously accepted on 19 November 2009 (Undertaking).
On 4 June 2014, the ACCC decided to extend the existing final access determination (FAD) for the mobile terminating access services (MTAS). The ACCC is extending this FAD as it will not be in a position to make a new MTAS FAD prior to its expiration on 30 June 2014.
The MTAS FAD is now extended to expire on the date immediately before the day on which a new FAD comes into force.
This undertaking has been withdrawn and replaced by the 5 November 2015 undertaking given by SeaLink Travel Group Limited, Transit Systems Pty Ltd and Big Red Cat Pty Ltdhttp://registers.accc.gov.au/content/index.phtml/itemId/1190674.
The ACCC has accepted a section 87B undertaking from Lenan Corporation Pty Ltd ACN 054 854 027, in respect of misleading or deceptive conduct in representations made to consumers that its 'Organix Ever Straight Brazilian Keratin Therapy' range of products did not contain any formaldehyde, sodium or sulphates when that was not the case.
On 9 November 2011, the ACCC consented to a variation to the section 87B Undertaking given by Invocare Limited (Invocare) and Bledisloe Group Holdings Pty Ltd (Bledisloe) on 8 June 2011. The Undertaking was accepted by the ACCC in order to resolve competition concerns that would otherwise have resulted from the acquisition by Invocare of Bledisloe.
The ACCC has accepted a Section 87B Undertaking from True Value Solar Pty Ltd (TVS) following an investigation relating to breaches of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL), comprising Schedule 2 to the Competition and Consumer Act 2010.
The ACCC has accepted a section 87B undertaking from Citymove Pty Ltd (Citymove) following an investigation relating to breaches of the Trade Practices Act 1974 and the Australian Consumer Law, comprising Schedule 2 to the Competition and Consumer Act 2010.
The ACCC has accepted an undertaking from Advanced Lifestyle International Retail Pty Ltd (ALI) in respect of false or misleading representations it made to consumers during in-home sales presentations.
The ACCC has accepted a section 87B undertaking from Privity Pty Ltd (ACN 007 887 729), trading as Haircare Australia, in respect of misleading and deceptive conduct made to consumers in representations that its Brazilian Blowout hair straightening products did not contain any formaldehyde when that was not the case.
Tank Broker Pty Ltd has provided a court enforceable undertaking to the ACCC to resolve concerns that a number of its advertisements for rainwater tanks were likely to have contravened sections 52, 53(e), 53C of the Trade Practices Act 1974 and section 48 of Schedule 2 of the Australian Consumer Law.