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The ACCC has decided to publish the following determinations about the terms of access to the line sharing service (LSS). In December 2010 the ACCC decided to publish final determinations and statements of reasons in relation to two LSS access disputes.
Murrumbidgee Irrigation Limited has provided an undertaking to the ACCC acknowledging that its conduct breached rule 5(1) of the Water Charge (Termination Fees) Rules 2009 because it imposed termination fees that exceeded the maximum amount authorised under the Rules.
Murray Irrigation Limited has provided an undertaking to the ACCC acknowledging that its conduct breached rule 5(1) of the Water Charge (Termination Fees) Rules 2009 because it imposed termination fees that exceeded the maximum amount authorised under the Rules.
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On 30 July 2008, the ACCC accepted ARTC’s Interstate Access Undertaking (IAU). The IAU sets out the principles and processes under which ARTC, as an infrastructure provider of rail, will be obliged to provide access to businesses wishing to run trains on ARTC’s interstate rail network. The interstate rail network covers the mainline standard gauge track linking Kalgoorlie in Western Australia, Adelaide, Wolseley and Crystal Brook in South Australia, Melbourne and Wodonga in Victoria and Broken Hill, Cootamundra, Albury, Macarthur, Moss Vale, Unanderra, Newcastle (to the Queensland border) and Parkes in New South Wales (NSW).
Telstra intends to fully comply with the price exploitation provisions of the Trade Practices Act (Part VB).