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What is estoppel?

Filed under: Contracts and Agreements

The purpose of estoppel is to prevent detriment by compelling a party to adhere to an assumption or expectation which he has encouraged the other party...

What is Legal Professional Privilege?

Filed under: Contracts and Agreements

Legal professional privilege, also called ‘client legal privilege’, is a fundamental legal rule which prevents disclosure of confidential communications...

What is the Law for Wilfully Destroying Records?

Filed under: Taxation and Revenue

It is illegal to wilfully damage or destroy records that are required to be kept for taxation purposes.

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What are the criminal liabilities for multiple pricing offences?

Date: 01 Aug 2017, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law

Section 165 of the Australian Consumer Law sets out multiple pricing offences that are the same as the civil pecuniary penalties. Additionally, a body...

Are casual employees protected by unfair dismissal laws?

Date: 01 Jul 2017, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Franchises

The decision in Ponce v DJT Staff Management Services Pty Ltd t/as Daly’s Traffic[2010] FWA 2078 in some ways paved the way for casual employees...

When is an individual considered to be in contravention of the bait advertising provisions?

Date: 01 Jun 2017, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law

For a person to be found liable of contravening the s 35(1) of the Australian Consumer Law (the ACL) provisions of bait advertising, is dependent...

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Data economy drives dynamic changes

Date: 17 Oct 2018, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law

Australian Competition & Consumer Commission Chair Rod Sims has discussed the local and global issues in regulating the data economy in a speech delivered...

Telcos on notice about false and misleading advertising

Date: 18 Sep 2018, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law

Australian Competition & Consumer Commission Chair Rod Sims has put telecommunications companies on notice to ensure their advertising is clear and tr...

Small businesses need fairer contracts, stronger codes

Date: 30 Aug 2018, Filed under: Business & Commercial Law, Small Business

The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission's latest Small Business in Focus report has found that unfair contract terms, misleading conduct and scams...

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