- 24 December 2010
This has probably been going on for a while since the GFC, but retailers are STILL in a ever-lasting sales mode. One example is a shop in Broadway Shopping Centre (NSW). I swear it has had 3 closing down sales in the past 2 years, each time offering up to 70% off and yet it is still open!
Yeah I would like to know what the law as to that is. I mean, is there a time limit as to when it is closing down? A month? 2 months? A year?
I suppose technically they could have Company A own it, advertise a closing down sale, sell it to Company B, advertise it's own closing down sale, sell it to Company C and so on.