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Assurances and undertakings
2018 - A building contractor has acknowledged that he likely breached consumer protection laws, after allegedly accepting payment for work at homes that he did not complete.
Assurances and undertakings
2018 - A real estate agent who allegedly acted as a sales representative for a land agent while unlicensed has agreed to commence further training as part of an enforceable undertaking he has entered into with South Australia’s consumer watchdog. Marc Olsen’s sales representative licence was cancelled in February 2017, after he failed to renew it.
Assurances and undertakings
2018 - A Brighton-based real estate agency and its directors have committed to strengthening its practices after allegedly advertising a property for sale for a price less than the vendor’s acceptable selling price. Peter F Burns Real Estate had allegedly advertised a property for sale for between $580,000 and $599,000, when the vendor’s acceptable selling price was $590,000.
Posters
Customers can't enter or re-enter a licensed venue after 3am in South Australia
Code of practice
The purpose of this code of practice is to promote the objects of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, in particular to minimise the harmful and hazardous use of liquor and promote responsible attitudes in relation to the promotion, sale, supply and consumption of liquor.
Assurances and undertakings
2018 - An investigation by Consumer and Business Services revealed that Melissa Ann Brooksby of Waterloo Corner allegedly sold cars without a second hand vehicle dealer's licence.
Assurances and undertakings
2018 - An investigation by Consumer and Business Services revealed that James Arthur Gordon of Waterloo Corner allegedly sold cars without a second hand vehicle dealer's licence.
Assurances and undertakings
2018 - An investigation by Consumer and Business Services revealed that Wayne Scott Harvey of Craigmore allegedly sold cars without a second hand vehicle dealer's licence.
Code of practice
Licensees and staff have clear responsibilities under the Act. The purpose of the general code of practice and these guidelines is to promote the objects of the Act and, in particular to encourage responsible attitudes towards the promotion, sale, supply, consumption and use of liquor.
Assurances and undertakings
2018 - An investigation by Consumer and Business Services revealed that Peter William Somers of Cooltong allegedly sold cars without a second hand vehicle dealer's licence.
Code of practice
The purpose of this code of practice is to promote the objects of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, to encourage responsible attitudes towards the promotion, sale, supply, consumption and use of liquor.
Assurances and undertakings
2018 - The director of a South Australian tow truck business and mechanical workshop has been put on notice for allegedly selling vehicles without ever holding a second hand dealer’s licence. Consumer and Business Services has alleged that Matti’s Towing sold seven vehicles without a licence from February 2016 to January 2017, ranging from $250 to $900.
Assurances and undertakings
2018 - Lauchlan Green of Everyday Green acknowledged that he breached section 6 of the Building Work Contractors Act 1995 by carrying out work which required a licence. The breach related to a contract to undertake residential paving work. Mr Green has entered into an assurance with the Commissioner that states he will repay the customers and not conduct further business unless licensed to do so.
Assurances and undertakings
2018 - Charles Leonard Fenton trading as Holtan Building and Maintenance Services has acknowledged that he breached sections 28 and 30 of the Building Work Contractors Act 1995 by contracting for domestic building work without a domestic building work contract in place, and requesting excessive payments. Mr Fenton has entered into an assurance with the Commissioner that states he acknowledges the breaches and will rectify them.
Assurances and undertakings
2018 - John Farrugia, Mary Farrugia, Rosemarie Farrugia and David Farrugia trading as Spend A Penny have acknowledged that they breached section 106 and 136 of the Australian Consumer Law by supplying, offering for supply, manufacturing, possessing, or having control of consumer goods that do not comply with an applicable safety and information standard.

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