Competition, consumer and trade practices

Do You Have to Purchase that Extended Warranty Under Australian Consumer Law?

A new investigation by CHOICE reported that 85% of Australian electronic stores do not adhere to... read more

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The Fare Game: What Uber Has Taught Us About Antiquated Business Systems

Uber is running hot in the media right now -- albeit for all the wrong reasons, and everyone has... read more

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Consumer confidential: the most common questions consumers ask

Consumer Confidential: The Most Common Questions Consumers Ask As a consumer it can be hard to... read more

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Kate HormanOwner at The Lazy Lawyer
It can go either way. Usually a product can be identified as belonging to that particular business, especially if it's still on the shop floor, like with clothing etc. But there will be business owners who will argue the point. As always, having the receipt is a big help.
Yee TrinhCo-founder at SavvySME
Really useful information. Would a business not claim it isn't theirs if the tag has been taken off though?