Restrictive Trade Agreement Definition

(b) empower the [Director General] to treat the information contained in a document or information in his possession as relating to the agreement or (9) to collect, without prejudice to the operation of the last subsection, the obligation for a party to make payments calculated on the basis of point (a) the quantity of goods it produces or the amount of services it provides or the extent of the services it provides; (b) the quantity of materials acquired or used by it for the manufacture of goods or the provision of services, calculated at a high rate of payment or calculated at a higher rate, for goods, services or materials exceeding a quantity or volume indicated in the agreement or found in accordance with this agreement, is considered a restriction on the quantities of products it is able to manufacture or supply. , or the extent of the services it provides. (i) any agreement to exclude persons who, in good faith, exercise or intend to engage in the trade in which the trade association is made up of a trade association; 10. An act or cause rendered harm by a party or agreement is deemed to have been made under a condition of the agreement if: (a) the party would have breached that requirement if it had not committed that act or case; or (b) this requirement was applicable with respect to the act of that act or act and the act or object was done as it was and with that requirement. 2. Where the only relevant restrictions in an audit agreement relate exclusively to the provision or acquisition of services, the contract is exempt from registration under this party, unless these services are or include services by access (a) to manufacturing, design, maintenance, repair, processing, , processing, cleaning or modifying onshore property; b) changes in the physical condition of the soil; (c) the distribution of goods; or (d) the transport of goods. (5) With respect to monopolization, the reference to a law in section 1 of this section does not refer to a law on patents, trademarks, drawings or copyrights. 4. The acts mentioned in the last two subsections above are: (a) the supplier who tells a second person that the supplier will not deliver goods to the second person unless the second person agrees to sell those goods at a price equal to at least a price indicated by the supplier; (b) the supplier induces or attempts to induce a second person not to sell goods delivered by the supplier to the second person at a price below a price indicated by the supplier; (c) the supplier who hands over or proposes a contract for the delivery of goods to another person is an agreement whose terms are or are that the second person does not sell the goods at a price below a price indicated by the supplier or determined; (d) the supplier who withholds the delivery of goods to a second person because the second person – (i) has not agreed in accordance with point (a) of this subsection; (ii) sold goods delivered to it by the supplier or goods delivered to it by a third party who received them directly or indirectly from the supplier, at a price below the price indicated by the supplier, below the price at which the goods are not intended to be sold; (e) the supplier who withholds the delivery of goods to a second person because a third party who, directly or indirectly, has received or wishes to receive goods from the second person has not agreed (i) to sell the goods at a price equal to or equal to a price indicated by the supplier; or (ii) delivered to him by the second person or delivered to him by the second person at a price below a price indicated by the supplier as a price below which the goods must not be sold; and (f) the supplier who, with respect to goods delivered or possibly delivered by the supplier, uses a declaration of a price to another person that can be considered by that person as the price under which the goods should not be sold.

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