restraint

  • 61restraint of alienation — See restraint on alienation …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 62restraint of trade — Combinations and practices interfering unreasonably with the normal production and supply of commodities by the suppression of competition therein, or by other means; an instrument of monopoly. 36 Am J1st Monop etc § 2. A contractual restriction… …

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  • 63restraint on alienation — A fetter or restriction upon the transfer of property sought to be imposed by a grantor or testator who seeks to convey or dispose of property and at the same time exercise control over its alienation. 41 Am J1st Perp § 66. See partial restraint… …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 64restraint on use — A restraint on the use of property imposed by testator or grantor which is inconsistent with the estate devised or granted. 41 Am J1st Perp § 69 …

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  • 65restraint of trade — noun any act that tends to prevent free competition in business • Hypernyms: ↑restraint …

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  • 66restraint of princes — archaic : embargo * * * restraint of princes Embargo • • • Main Entry: ↑restrain …

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  • 67restraint of loads — The process of binding, lashing, and wedging items into one unit or into its transporter in a manner that will ensure immobility during transit …

    Military dictionary

  • 68restraint of trade — noun An agreement that prevents fair competition on the open market, such as an agreement by one party to hire a second party to work within a profession on the condition that the second party will not compete against the first …

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  • 69restraint of competition — ограничение свободы конкуренции, обычно рассматривается как нарушение антитрестовского законодательства (anti trust law). См. Зыков P.O. Ordre public нормы антимонопольного права европейского союза как основание для отмены решения арбитража//МКА …

    Glossary of international commercial arbitration

  • 70restraint of trade — ограничение свободы торговли, обычно рассматривается как нарушение антитрестовского законодательства (anti trust law) …

    Glossary of international commercial arbitration

  • 71restraint of trade — union that determines uniform prices in a market, monopoly, cartel …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 72restraint of trade — noun Law 1》 action that interferes with free competition in a market. 2》 a clause in a contract that restricts a person s right to carry on their trade or profession …

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  • 73restraint of trade — A term in a contract that restricts a person s right to carry on his or her trade or profession. An example, in a contract covering the sale of a business, would be a clause that attempts to restrict the seller s freedom to set up in competition… …

    Big dictionary of business and management

  • 74restraint of trade — UK / US noun [uncountable] business the act of preventing free competition in business, in a way that is unfair …

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  • 75restraint of trade — noun the restriction of business activity and freedom to compete …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 76restraint of trade — /rɪˌstreɪnt əv treɪd/ noun 1. a situation where employees are not allowed to use their knowledge in another company if they change jobs 2. an attempt by companies to fix prices, create monopolies or reduce competition, which could affect free… …

    Marketing dictionary in english

  • 77restraint of trade —    In antitrust law, any activity (e.g., agreements among competitors) that tends to limit trade, sales and competitiveness in interstate commerce. Some state laws also forbid local restraints on competitive business activity …

    Business law dictionary

  • 78restraint of trade — /rɪˌstreɪnt əv treɪd/ noun 1. a situation where employees are not allowed to use their knowledge in another company on changing jobs 2. an attempt by companies to fix prices, create monopolies or reduce competition, which could affect free trade …

    Dictionary of banking and finance

  • 79restraint of marriage — A provision in a contract, a deed, or will which operates as a positive or probable, absolute or partial, prohibition of marriage. 35 Am J1st Mar §§ 247 et seq …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 80restraint of marriage — a condition attached to a gift or bequest or in a contract that nullifies the grant if the donee or grantee marries and is usually void if general and unlimited in scope …

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