Australian Competition Tribunal

Commonwealth Law Courts Building, 305 William Street, Melbourne Vic
(03) 8600 3643
(03) 8600 3645

The Australian Competition Tribunal (formerly known as the
Trade Practices Tribunal) is a quasi-judicial review body constituted under the Trade Practices Act 1974. The Tribunal's principal functions are to review determinations of
the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission in relation to applications for, and revocations of, authorisations of conduct and arrangements that would otherwise contravene provisions of the Act, and in relation to notices given by the Commission regarding exclusive dealing, and to review decisions of the Minister or the
Commission in relation to third party access to significant
infrastructure facilities.


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