A 58 year old man is due to appear in court next month to face allegations he worked as a building contractor while unlicensed. The matter is due before the Adelaide Magistrates Court on 10 October.
Read the full statement – Contractor due in court over unlicensed work PDF 100KB
Almost 400 showbags and more than 1500 individual items have been inspected in preparation for this year’s Royal Adelaide Show.
Commissioner for Consumer Affairs Dini Soulio said that six items with incorrect labelling and potential safety issues had been removed.
Media release – Bags of fun at the show
A suburban real estate agency is due in court in August charged with breaching the Australian Consumer Law (SA). The Commissioner for Consumer Affairs will allege the agency made false or misleading representations about the sale of land.
Read the full statement – Real estate agency charged with ACL breaches (PDF 95KB)
An unlicensed car dealer from the northern suburbs has been convicted and ordered to pay more than $5000, following prosecution by Consumer and Business Services.
Mr Nsimba Paul Paiva pleaded guilty to carrying on business as a second-hand vehicle dealer without a licence.
Unlicensed car dealer ordered to pay more than $5000 – media release (PDF 96KB)
Changes to the way births are registered in South Australia are expected to make it easier for couples who use fertilisation procedures to conceive, to register as the parents of a newborn.
Media Release: Change to Registration of Births.
An unlicensed paving worker from Gawler East has been convicted and fined $6,000, following prosecution by the state’s consumer watchdog, Consumer and Business Services (CBS).
Media release (amended 21 September 2016): Northern suburbs paver cops fine for providing unlicensed services (PDF 96KB)