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The Commission publishes policies and guidelines to assist stakeholders to understand how we operate.
The Commission's Complaints Policy explains what you should do if you wish to complain about the way the Commerce Commission has handled an investigation or matter that you are interested in.
The Conflicts of Interest Policy for Members sets out our approach to the disclosure of members' interests and the management of any conflicts of interests that arise in the course of our work.
The Commission considers that it is important, as a public enforcement agency and regulator, to have a clear Model Litigant Policy and to commit to acting as a model litigant in all civil litigation conducted by or involving us.
These guidelines explain how the Commission deals with requests made from recognised overseas regulators.
Our investigations are often assisted by the input of individuals and businesses.
This guidance is intended to clarify the costs implications for parties who take legal action to challenge a determination issued by the Commission.