This paper examines developments in Trade Practices Act law during the period 1999-2001 with specific references to Part IV of that Act which deals with Restrictive Trade Practices. The analysis focuses attention upon whether a finality of amendments to the Act has been attained and a consideration is made and whether the case law principles yield certainty and predictability when applied to given factual situations. Attention is also given to whether the decisions have involved a proper utilisation of time.
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