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Publication - 16 May 17

The Building Legislation Amendment (Consumer Protection) Act 2016 (Vic) was passed in 2016, introducing a number of changes to the regulation of building work in Victoria with the aim of enhancing consumer protection for domestic building work.  Some of these changes came into effect on 26 April 2017. Builders, building surveyors,... Read More

Publication - 16 May 17

The ACCC has signalled a clear warning to franchisors that upholding the protections afforded to small businesses under industry codes is an enforcement priority. This warning came after the ACCC advised that Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Limited (Domino’s) became the first company to pay penalties for alleged breaches of the Franchising... Read More

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