Contract of Guarantee

Introduction It is common knowledge that there is risk associated with entering into a debtor-creditor relationship. This is especially true … More

Monopolistic Trade Practices

Monopolistic Trade Practices : Section 2(i) of the Act defines(in a nutshell) a monopolistic trade practice as a trade practice … More

Anti Competitive Agreement

Anti-competitive agreements are agreements among competitors to prevent, restrict or distort competition. Section 34 of the Competition Act prohibits agreements, … More

Unfair Trade Practice

INTRODUCTION The employment of various dishonest, fraudulent, or immoral ways to gain business is referred to as unfair commercial practises. … More


INTRODUCTION  The Monopolistic and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1969, was enacted to ensure that the operation of the economic system … More

What is Unfair Trade Practice?

Generally unfair trade practices may include illegally refusing any transaction, deceptively soliciting customers, disrupting business activities of the rivals unfairly, … More


A cartel is a group of producers of an item or service that has formed a legal agreement to manage … More

Merger of COMPAT and NCLAT

Recently, the Government of India decided to merge the Competition Appellate Tribunal (COMPAT) with the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal … More