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Unsubstantiated representations – Fujitsu first scalp for Commerce Commission
Fujitsu is the first business to be convicted under the unsubstantiated representations provisions in the Fair Trading Act.
New Zealand
15 Oct 2017
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Consumer law reform: unfair contract terms
The Commerce Commission has indicated that it will take a proactive approach to enforcing these new rules.
New Zealand
15 Mar 2015
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Consumer Law Reform: Unsubstantiated representations in the Fair Trading Act
The inclusion of a new prohibition on businesses making unsubstantiated representations is one of the key amendments.
New Zealand
18 Jun 2014
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Increased protections for consumers: what businesses need to know
This article provides a brief overview of the key changes to New Zealand's consumer laws, enacted at the end of 2013.
New Zealand
1 Jun 2014
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E-Commerce And The Code For Consumer Protection
Are you aware of your rights when buying or selling on the internet? Annabel Sheppard, an associate with the Christchurch Lawlink firm of Wynn Williams & Co, outlines some concerns and how the proposed Code for consumer protection will work.
New Zealand
4 May 2007
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The Pitfalls Of Tenders
What are your rights if you wish to buy or sell something by tender? Annabel Sheppard, a partner of the Christchurch Lawlink firm of Wynn Williams & Co, points out that the tendering process can be very useful as long as it is handled correctly.
New Zealand
4 May 2007
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