Trading Act definition

Trading Act means the Act on Trading in Financial Instruments of July 29, 2005 (Dz.U. of 2020, item. 89, as amended).j. the definition of the “Offering Act” shall be amended to read as follows:

Examples of Trading Act in a sentence

Investigation powers The Fair Trading Act 2010 section 61 and Part 6 of that Act apply to this Act.

Confidentiality of information officially obtained The Fair Trading Act 2010 section 112 applies to information obtained for the purposes of this Act.

This clause 6 is subject to the provisions of the Consumer Protection (Fair Trading) Act to the extent that those provisions apply.Without prejudice to Clause 7, Maritime Engineers (Asia Pacific) Pte Ltd shall be under no liability whatsoever to the Client for any loss, damage, delay or expense of whatsoever nature, whether direct or indirect and howsoever arising from information not made available, inaccessible or hidden at the time of survey or other services being provided pursuant to this Contract.

Other than as expressly provided in these conditions, and except where the services are provided by Maritime Engineers (Asia Pacific) Pte Ltd to a person dealing as a consumer (within the meaning of Consumer Protection (Fair Trading) Act), all warranties, conditions or other terms implied by statute or common law are excluded to the fullest extent permitted by law.

If you sign this form, you will be agreeing that your rights to sue the supplier under the Australian Consumer Law and Fair Trading Act 2012 (Vic) if you are killed or injured because the services were not rendered with due care and skill or they were not reasonably fit for their purpose, are excluded, restricted or modified in the way set out in this form.NOTE: The change to your rights, as set out in this form, does not apply if your death or injury is due to gross negligence on the supplier's part.