Annotated Franchising Code of Conduct, 2nd edition
An essential guide to Australian franchising for lawyers and non-lawyers alike
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Annotated Franchising Code of Conduct provides some interpretative guidance based on the limited but growing number of decided cases, international jurisprudence where applicable, and the author’s practical experience over 40 years of legal practice. This 2nd edition is an annotation of Compilation 3 of the Code, and is current as at 1 July, 2021.
The previous edition of the Annotated Franchising Code of Conduct included the original version or compilation of the current Code. There have been three compilations to the Competition and Consumer (Industry Codes—Franchising) Regulation 2014, so the original version is now also known as Compilation 1 of the Code. It was current until 1 June 2020, the effective date for new automotive provisions (then produced as Compilation 2), and 1 July 2021, the effective date for more broad-ranging changes (now produced as Compilation 3).
• Provides a detailed guide to the development of the Franchising Code of Conduct and the regulation of Australian franchising in a broader context
• explains the operation of the Code
• assists in interpreting the various Code requirements
• includes case references and helpful commentary
• Giles, Redfern & Terry, Franchising Law and Practice, loose-leaf and online
Table of contents
- Part 1: Transitional Provisions
- Part 2: Franchising Code of Conduct
- Part 3: Case Summaries
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