- Posted by Doyles
- On October 2, 2018
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This case highlights the approach taken by the Victorian Supreme Court of Appeal in assessing an appeal before it in relation to a party terminating a goods and services contract pursuant to s.269 of the Competition and Consumer Act, where the terminating party appears to have accepted the goods and services under s.270 of the Act, and whether the acceptance of the goods and services under s.270 nullifies a valid termination or whether s.270 can be read simply as a consequence of a termination under s.269.
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