A simple statement by an employer that a statement has been made is not sufficient to assure the Commission that the obligation to explain the terms of the agreement is met. To be satisfied, the Commission must take into account the content of the explanation and the manner in which it was provided, taking into account all the circumstances and needs of the workers and the nature of the amendments made by the agreement. [1] All terms of the agreement must be read and understood in order to avoid any error as to the nature of the agreement. An enterprise agreement has really been agreed by the workers covered by the agreement if the Fair Work Commission is convinced that: c. Representation that would have started: deliberately lied because the person would rely on your words to terminate the contract. [1] One Key Workforce Pty Ltd v Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union [2018] FCAFC 77 (May 25, 2018) at paragraph 112. Essential fact: the most important part of a contract you trust to demonstrate that the employer met the requirement it had to provide: Composition damage – Cost only! (medical bills, etc.) The important and defining element of a treaty. (Example: product, service, product performance of service.) d. In fact: relied on your words to obtain sale damages – punitive damages for the commission of fraud (penalty) b.

Presentation known as false: must have intention and known misrepresentation – concealment: secret – if someone intentionally hides something that causes damage.