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Wednesday 20 August 2014

Commerce Commission’s continued focus on the health sector

The Commerce Commission has launched a new website aimed at helping participants in the health sector better understand competition and consumer laws, including what they need to do to comply.
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Monday 11 August 2014

Supreme Court declares charities can be “political”, but no watershed decision

By a 3:2 majority decision (Re Greenpeace), the Supreme Court has held that there is no longer a blanket rule preventing entities with independent “political” purposes from obtaining “charitable entity” status under the Charities Act 2005.
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Friday 8 August 2014

Commission consulting on guidelines about unfair contract terms

The recent amendments to the Fair Trading Act 1986 included the introduction of a prohibition on including, enforcing or relying on any “unfair contract term” in standard form consumer contracts.
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Monday 4 August 2014

Election 2014: Pre-Election period

With the 50th Parliament having sat for the final time, Ministers and other MPs are now turning their attention to the election campaign.
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Tuesday 29 July 2014

How does the Privacy Act apply to mobile apps? New guidance note for businesses and developers

A recent survey of commonly used mobile apps has revealed that only half of all New Zealand mobile apps comply with the Privacy Act 1993.
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