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Overview AUS-MEAT has lodged an application to register a certification trade mark “Fodder Fed” (CTM 2078679). The mark is intended to indicate that meat products marked with the Fodder Fed CTM have met a number of standards relating to systems management, product integrity, and environmental management.
The Christian Certification Authority Australia Pty Ltd has lodged an application to register a certification trade mark “Christian Certified” (CTM 1991912).
Overview The ACCC has made an initial assessment of certification trade mark application 1914662 (CTM application) lodged by Humane Farm Animal Care (HFAC). This application relates to the treatment of farm animals for food production.
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In November 2012 the ACCC made final determinations in 13 access disputes in relation to the LSS and or ULLS declared services.
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.
The ACCC has decided to publish the following determinations about the terms of access to the unconditioned local loop service (ULLS). In December 2010 the ACCC decided to publish final determinations and statements of reasons in relation to four ULLS access disputes.
The ACCC has decided to publish the following determinations about the terms of access to the wholesale line rental service (WLR). In December 2010 the ACCC decided to publish a final determinations and statement of reasons in relation to a WLR access dispute.
The ACCC has decided to publish the following determinations about the terms of access to the local carriage service (LCS). In December 2010 the ACCC decided to publish a final determination and statement of reasons in relation to a LCS access dispute.
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.