These guidelines set out how the ACCC will interpret Part XICA of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) (CCA) and they explain the general approach the ACCC will take in investigating alleged contraventions of Part XICA. They include a number of examples of the types of conduct that the ACCC considers are likely or unlikely to contravene Part XICA.
This document supplements the ACCC immunity and cooperation policy for cartel conduct – October 2019. The frequently asked questions may be amended from time to time to address issues that may arise in the application of the policy.
This policy sets out the ACCC’s approach to applications for immunity from proceedings initiated or authorised by the ACCC or the Office of the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions (CDPP) in relation to cartel conduct, and how cooperation provided to the ACCC by cartel participants will be recognised.
When you buy goods or services in Australia you have consumer rights under the Australian Consumer Law. You have the same rights when you buy home care goods or services, or receive them through a government-funded Home Care Package.