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For example, a mall owner could guarantee a tenant the exclusive right to operate a certain type of activity in that centre. Such an agreement would protect this tenant from competition from other relevant competitors within the shopping centre, which could limit competition in the relevant market. In addition, JCRA has indicated that exclusivity contracts that have certain restrictions, such as. B the maintenance of resale prices (i.e. provisions limiting a buyer`s ability to determine the price of a product or service) are most likely to be against the law. However, the mere recommendation of a sale price is not generally against the law, unless the buyer is required to follow such recommendations and the seller is therefore not in a position to take steps to enforce the recommended prices. The law provides that the Economic Development Committee (EDC) may be placed on group leave in accordance with the JCRA, which excludes certain categories of agreements that may meet the legal criteria of exception. To date, EDC has not imposed category exemptions. In British politics, “exclusive trade” prior to the introduction of secret voting by the Ballot Act of 1872 was a means by which those who did not vote could put pressure on traders, etc. – a policy that any trader who voted against the popular candidate would lose the custom of non-voters of an opposite conviction. The practice was similar to a modern boycott; it has been effective for radicals in some constituencies,[8] and they have therefore been cautious about any offer or attempt to introduce secret voting before a substantial extension of the franchise. In general, Section 8 of the Competition Act 2005 (Jersey) prohibits companies from entering into agreements with other companies that significantly impede or impede competition with goods or services within Jersey.

These agreements are called anti-competitive agreements. The Jersey Competition Regulatory Authority (JCRA) is responsible for enforcing the provisions of the law. 2) Competitiveness and anti-competitive development of competing technologies[xxxvi] include the exploitation and development of competition between competing technologies.


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