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Lodge Real Estate Limited
The Supreme Court has upheld a Court of Appeal judgment which found Lodge Real Estate Limited and its director Jeremy O’Rourke, were part of an anti-competitive price fixing agreement with four other Hamilton real estate companies to pass on to vendors the cost of advertising properties on Trade Me. The Auckland High Court ordered Lodge to pay $2.1 million for engaging in price-fixing in breach of the Commerce Act.
- Commerce Commission v Lodge Real Estate Limited, Lugton's LImited and Monarch Real Estate LImited – High Court Penalty Judgment – 8 September 2020pdf - 268 KB | Published on September 10 2020
- Lodge Real Estate Limited & Ors v Commerce Commission – Supreme Court Judgment – 2 April 2020pdf - 318 KB | Published on April 02 2020
- Commerce Commission v Lodge Real Estate Limited & Ors – Court of Appeal Judgment – 23 November 2018pdf - 642 KB | Published on November 23 2018
- Commerce Commission v Lodge Real Estate Limited & Ors – High Court Judgment – 2 November 2017pdf - 907 KB | Published on September 20 2018