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Tuesday, August 30, 2005

New consumer protection rules in Victoria

Victoria_flag New consumer protection regulations in Victoria, Australia, should make sellers more careful in the use of “asterisks and disclaimers” in their advertising, and in putting conditions on their offers in small print.  That’s the conclusion of Eleanor Scacco and Verity Shepherdson of Melbourne’s Freehills, in a recent client advisory, Now There are Even More Reasons to Trade Fair.

[Frank Snyder]

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