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TRADE PRACTICES ACT 1974 No. 51, 1974 - SECT 166

Certificates as to furnishing of particulars of agreements.
166. (1) Where particulars of an agreement have been furnished to the
Commission for the purposes of paragraph 51 (2) (g), the Commission shall, on
application by a party to the agreement, cause to be furnished to the party a
certificate signed by a member of the Commission specifying the particulars so
furnished and the date on which the particulars were furnished.

(2) A certificate referred to in sub-section (1) shall be received in all
courts as evidence that the particulars specified in the certificate were
furnished to the Commission on the date so specified.

(3) A person is not entitled to inspect any particulars of an agreement that
have been furnished to the Commission for the purposes of paragraph 51 (2)
(g), but the Commission may make those particulars available to the
Attorney-General or to an officer acting on behalf of, and with the authority
of, the Attorney-General or to a court. 


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