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What popular clothing brands are restricted in Australia?

Discussion in 'Legal, Insurance, Employment and Health & Safety' started by HDAus, May 25, 2012.

  1. HDAus

    HDAus

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    Are there any brand name clothing that anyone knows for a fact that i would not be allowed to sell in Australia?
    Most people say as long as i get the clothing from a verified distributor there would be no problem, but im finding it hard to get info on this. I dont want to order a big amount of stock and then get an email to say STOP what your doing right now!.. maybe someone has a link etc that they have found regarding this as im sure there are brands which have given some companies exclusive rights for a certain country/region..
  2. james7536

    james7536

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    You'd have to talk to the brand themselves to find out if there are any geographic boundaries on selling their product. I do know that some of our Australian stores have exclusivity contracts on certain products they are selling. When selling snapbacks I found this with the likes of Mitchell and Ness and New Era. But no, there are no official regulation saying you can't sell Abercrombie & Fitch or ASOS in Australia- it's whatever the brand tells you.
  3. megadanny1

    megadanny1

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    selling stuff you bought from the brand/distributor in another country without permission is called the grey-market
    i
    it happens quite a bit but you may run into problems if you are selling on ebay or selling huge quantities against the brands wishes, see the Tesco Vs Levi jeans case,
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