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Not all bad news for future brides

A popular Perth bridal house, Pallas Couture, has gone into voluntary administration, with around 100 brides-to-be from Perth and Sydney facing a wedding meltdown.

The makers of the expensive dresses handed the Claremont business over, but the Consumer Protection Commissioner says it’s not all bad news for the brides.

“The administrator looks as if they’re trying to trade on and sell the business and they say that they’ve got a third party backer that’s going to complete the dresses for the people that are waiting for them and obviously they’ll pay upon delivery,” Dave Hillyard told 6PR Breakfast.

Mr Hillyard continued to explain what happens to a business when it goes into voluntary administration and the rights of the customers.

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