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NSW Precedent for Terms and Condition Between Client and Retailer?

Discussion in 'Australian Consumer Law Forum' started by Kewell, 11 October 2015.

  1. Kewell

    Kewell Member

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    Terms and condition between a client and its retailer under Australian Consumer Law, I'm looking for a precedent that prevents what retailers say about the client on their websites.
     
  2. AnnaLJ

    AnnaLJ Well-Known Member

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    Hi Kewell

    I'm not sure I understand your query entirely here. What sort of client would this be? And in what circumstances would a retailer be talking about their client on a website?

    If you could perhaps provide a clear example then we may be able to help with steering you in the right direction.

    Thanks
     

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