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Consumer and Competition Law Exam Essay

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Problems Questions from exam. Received a 75. Competition and consumer act legislation.

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Consumer and Competition Law Exam Essay
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Law Consumer protection Competition law Competition and Consumer Act Economy Australian Consumer Law Contract Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
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Law Consumer protection Competition law Competition and Consumer Act Economy Australian Consumer Law Contract Australian Competition and Consumer Commission
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Based on the facts, Fire and Safety Building Services Pty Ltd is exhibiting behaviour which potentially amounts to cartel conduct due to their actions indicating bid-rigging, price-fixing and market sharing. It needs to be determined whether their behaviour does amount of cartel conduct, and how they can go about mitigating any potential consequences of their actions. Cartel Conduct Issue 1 – Does the CCA apply Under s 4 of the ACC: "corporation " means a body corporate that: (b) is a trading corporation formed within the limits of Australia or is a financial corporation so formed; The current activities test is used to determine if a body is a trading corporations.1 This involves determining all activities of corporation, whether these activities have a trading character, and finally to determine the substantiality of these...
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