The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission declares pursuant to section 152AL(3) of the Act that the Domestic Transmission Capacity Service is a "declared service" for the purposes of Part XIC of the Act.
In 2001 the Commission instituted proceedings against Chaste Corporation Pty Ltd (in liquidation) and associated persons, including Mr Constantine Xenoudakis. The proceedings involve, inter alia, alleged resale price maintenance and misleading and deceptive conduct.
Astrix Pty Ltd and its directors, Mr John Thomas and Mr Roy Trkulja, operated a number of websites which promoted and sold the ECA Stack weight loss product.
Each of Astrix's websites included representations about ECA Stack product, its efficacy and safety.
Sonya Valentine Pty Ltd trading as Sova Imports (the company) has supplied sunglasses that do not comply with the mandatory product safety standard for sunglasses and fashion spectacles (the Standard).
Since 1997 Danoz Direct Pty Ltd, Danoz Directions Pty Ltd and Emjoi Australasia Pty Ltd ("Danoz") promoted and sold pest repellent devices branded Pest Contro and Pest Offense in Australia.
These devices plug into a power point and allegedly repel cockroaches, rats, mice and other household pests.
Replaced by undertaking dated 1st Aug, 2006 which has been replaced by undertaking dated 4th Oct, 2006
The undertaking requires AGL and GEAC to provide information to the ACCC concerning hedges, derivative transactions and power purchase agreements
The Warehouse Group (Australia) Pty Ltd (formerly Colonel Clints Crazy Bargain Stores Pty Ltd) offered the following Variation to the original Undertaking accepted by the Commission on 29 November 2000.
GO Drew Pty Ltd (the Company) has provided a section 87B Undertaking to the ACCC in relation to the use of a logo similar to the National Heart Foundation registered Smart Foods Tick Logo appearing on the labelling of two varieties of egg products supplied by the Company.