Statements given to the ACCC by an NBN corporation (such as NBN Co) under section 152BEBC of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (CCA) about differences between an access agreement (AA) and an access determination (AD).
On 13 March 2017, Tabcorp Holdings Ltd (Tabcorp) made Application 1 of 2017 to the Australian Competition Tribunal (Tribunal) for merger authorisation to acquire all of the shares in Tatts Group Ltd (Tatts).
On 29 September 2017, Tabcorp Holdings Limited (Tabcorp) made Application 3 of 2017 to the Australian Competition Tribunal (Tribunal) for merger authorisation to acquire all of the shares in Tatts Group Limited (Tatts).
On 4 April 2016 Sea Swift Pty Ltd applied to the Australian Competition Tribunal for merger authorisation to acquire assets associated with the Toll Marine Logistics business in the Northern Territory and far north Queensland.
On 6 June 2019, the ACCC decided to extend the existing final access determinations (FADs) for the declared fixed line services (LCS, WLR, LSS, ULLS, FOAS, FTAS, WADSL). The ACCC extended these FADs as it was not in a position to make the new FADs prior to their expiration on 30 June 2019. The existing fixed line services FADs were extended to expire on the date immediately before the day on which the new FADs come into force.
This statement of differences was given to the ACCC on 18 July 2014 by NBN Co in respect to access agreements entered into by NBN Co and the multiple access seekers. This access agreement contains differences from the standard form of access agreement (SFAA) as published by NBN Co on 13 December 2013 (Wholesale Broadband Agreement 2).