This variation provides that the March 2001 Undertaking shall cease to have effect on 16 February 2005. The March 2001 Undertaking has been superseded by another Undertaking accepted from Super Cheap Auto in February 2005
On 17 February 2000, Smith Broughton Pty Ltd trading as Smith Broughton & Sons (Smith Broughton) sold at an auction in Perth 20 aluminium trolley jacks [the Jack(s)], which do not comply with the mandatory product safety standard for hydraulic trolley jacks, being Australia/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 2615:1995 (the Standard).
The attached document is a variation to the Ramsay undertaking which was accepted by the ACCC on 13 April 2005. The variation has the effect of adding six names to the Ramsay Divestiture Team listed in Annexure B
IT Warehouse operates a partly franchised chain of retailers of computer and electronic products. In 2004 IT Warehouse regularly promoted discount prices for certain digital cameras in its regular catalogues where no stock, or insufficient stock, was presently available, but orders were merely taken.
Tyco Australia Pty Ltd, trading as ADT Security (ADT), has provided a court enforceable undertaking to the ACCC in respect of its alarm monitoring services and its former provision of mobile patrol call services.
The attached document is a variation to the Ramsay undertaking which was accepted by the ACCC on 13 April 2005. The variation has the effect of adding Paul Fitzmaurice to the Ramsay Divestiture Team listed in Annexure B