Consumers have various rights when they buy a service, though there are no hard and fast rules, and every case is different. Under the Sale …
This Guidance Notice informs the business community and trade associations of the limits that competition law places on joint or coordinated action by competitors.
If you run a licensed premises there are laws about how you must display your prices to consumers. The particular regulation is called the …
If you sell food to be consumed on your premises there are various rules about how shops and services must display their prices, so …
In general, you must display the selling price of every item offered for sale, and you should make it clear what particular item the …
The Competition Authority Cylinder LPG Declaration has expired.
The law and the licensing system in this area make a distinction between tour operators and travel agents. In general terms: A tour operator …
A refusal to supply does not necessarily constitute a breach of the Competition Act 2002 (the Act). In general firms should be able to contract with parties of their choice; there is no compulsory requirement under law for a firm to supply.
In 2006 the Competition Authority (predecessor of the CCPC) published a consultation document to determine the scope of guidance that could be provided in …
This guide aims to help you stay on the right side of competition law by providing some useful information on setting up a compliance programme.