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MinterEllisonRuddWatts | New Zealand | 15 Sep 2022

Covenants in the crosshairs of the Commerce Commission

From supermarkets to building supplies merchants and the wider economy, restrictive covenants on land and exclusivity lease covenants are well and…
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MinterEllisonRuddWatts | New Zealand | 1 Sep 2022

Residential building supplies market study

The New Zealand construction sector has faced substantial cost pressure in recent times, particularly since the outbreak of COVID-19. In February…
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Russell McVeagh | New Zealand | 23 Aug 2022

It's the putting right that counts: Commerce Commission issues draft guidance on the approach to customer remediation

The Commerce Commission (Commission) recently published draft consumer remediation guidance for businesses (see here) which outlines how businesses…
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, New Zealand | 10 Aug 2022

New Zealand to let news companies collectively negotiate with Meta and Google

New Zealand’s competition watchdog has provisionally decided to allow the News Publishers’ Association of New Zealand to collectively negotiate with Meta and Google over the terms and conditions for displaying news content.
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Hesketh Henry | New Zealand | 8 Aug 2022

Commerce Commission releases draft report for residential building supplies market study

On 4 August 2022 the Commerce Commission (Commission) released its draft report setting out preliminary findings from its market study into the…
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Cooney Lees Morgan | New Zealand | 26 Jul 2022

Small Traders Beware

The intention of the Fair Trading Act 1996 (FTA) is to give businesses and consumers the confidence to participate in commerce by protecting their…
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Lane Neave | New Zealand | 29 Jun 2022

New Retail Payment System Act will benefit merchants and consumers

On 13 May 2022 the Retail Payment System Act 2022 (which was introduced towards the end of last year) received the royal assent. Most of the Act came…
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Buddle Findlay | Australia, New Zealand | 10 Jun 2022

First jail sentences for cartel conduct in Australia

For the first time, an Australian court has imposed jail sentences on members of a cartel that engaged in price fixing, a form of cartel conduct…
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MinterEllisonRuddWatts | New Zealand | 10 Jun 2022

The Gib shortage and the Elephant not in the room - what can you do to avoid footing the bill?

New Zealand is out of Gib, the country’s most common type of interior cladding. Most Kiwis consider Gib to be the generic term for plasterboard. In…
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Stewart Germann Law Office | New Zealand | 1 Jun 2022

New Unfair Contract Terms and Unconscionable Conduct Regime

The Fair Trading Amendment Act 2021 (“Amendment Act”) extends the existing prohibition on unfair contract terms in consumer contracts to standard…
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