Thursday, July 30, 2009
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
The full text of the bill is here
Essentially one of the proposals is that s new section 76E be inserted, providing for pecuniary penalties, for breaches of 'a provision of Division 1 of Part V (other than s52)'.
This means that breaches of the various specific false/misleading representation provisions (including 'aiding/abetting/inducing etc') in s53 would potentially give rise to substantial penalties.
This change obviously goes well beyond misconduct by real estate agents.
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
have been teaching and traveling in Italy.
This story is an interesting one, the whole 'content from aggregators'
issue comes up again, intertwined with the bi-polar position that
Google (and other companies) seems to be in from time to time -
partner/provider on one hand and competitor on the other.