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Submissions: Discussion Paper – Meaning of 'Understanding' in the Trade Practices Act 1974

Date:

Wednesday, 1 April 2009

Content ID:

1511

Abstract:

Treasury has received 15 submissions to date in response to the consultation paper Meaning of ‘Understanding’ in the Trade Practices Act 1974. Fourteen of these are public submissions and there has been one confidential submission. The submissions that do not contain confidential material are listed below and are accessible by selecting the author.

The opinions expressed in the submissions are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Government or the Treasury.

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American Bar Association  373.69kb
Australian Institute of Company Directors  366.21kb
Beaton-Wells, Caron and Fisse, Brent  215.75kb
BP Australia  241.98kb
Business Council of Australia  84.63kb
Institute of Public Affairs  20.55kb
Law Council of Australia Trade Practices Committee  626.63kb
Lovegrove & Lord Commercial & Construction Lawyers  263.62kb
Maurice Blackburn Lawyers  145.46kb
Motor Trades Association of Australia  24.09kb
Motor Trades Association of Queensland  200.68kb
O'Donnell, Carol  19.77kb
Tonking, Ian  228.24kb
Wylie, Ian  314.81kb

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