Legal Aspects Of Selling And Buying

Author: Philip F. Zeidman
Publisher: Shepards/McGraw-Hill
ISBN: 9780071722841
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This work provides detailed guidance for dealing with relationships between buyers & sellers.

Frequently Asked Antitrust Questions

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Publisher: American Bar Association
ISBN: 9781590313701
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INTRODUCTION — HOW TO USE FREQUENTLY ASKED ANTITRUST
QUESTIONS Frequently Asked Antitrust Questions is a different kind of ABA
publication. It is not meant to provide exhaustive answers to complex antitrust
questions. It will not provide much help to an antitrust litigator writing an appellate
brief. What Frequently Asked Antitrust Questions aims to provide is a quick,
jargon-free framework to help answer common antitrust questions that lawyers
face every day. For the ...

Compliance Manuals For The New Antitrust Era

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Publisher: American Bar Association
ISBN: 9780897075411
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Prepared by the California Association of REALTORS® Board & Association
Legal Services Division July 1, 1988 INTRODUCTION These Member Antitrust
Prevention Questions and Answers highlight some of the most frequently asked
questions regarding member activity and are not intended to cover every
situation or deal comprehensively with the antitrust laws as they relate to real
estate. A general overview of the antitrust laws and more extensive information
can be obtained ...

2018 Georgia Amp Real Estate Exam Prep Questions And Answers

Author: Real Estate Exam Professionals Ltd.
Publisher: Real Estate Exam Professionals, Ltd.
ISBN: 137063630X
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C. constitutes illegal price-fixing. D. does not violate antitrust laws. Answer: D.
The answer is does not violate antitrust laws. Antitrust laws prohibit price-fixing
and other antitrust activities between competing firms. Because both
salespersons work for the same firm, their agreement is not an agreement
between competing companies to divide markets. The salespersons are merely
fixing responsibilities within one company. Their agreement is quite proper and
not subject to antitrust law.

2017 Georgia Amp Real Estate Exam Prep Questions And Answers Study Guide To Passing The Salesperson Real Estate License Exam Effortlessly

Author: Real Estate Exam Professionals Ltd.
Publisher: Real Estate Exam Professionals, Ltd.
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Their agreement: A. is an illegal boycott of other salespeople in their office. B.
violates the Sherman Antitrust Act and makes the salespersons liable for triple
damages. C. constitutes illegal pricefixing. D. does not violate antitrust laws.
Answer: D. The answer is does not violate antitrust laws. Antitrust laws prohibit
pricefixing and other antitrust activities between competing firms. Because both
salespersons work for the same firm, their agreement is not an agreement
between competing ...

Antitrust Compliance Manuals

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Publisher: American Bar Association
ISBN: 9781570732386
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Preface This explanation of the federal antitrust laws is designed not to supply
answers to specific antitrust questions, but to help Columbia/HCA management
recognize when such questions arise. Whenever an antitrust issue arises, those
involved are expected to seek the advice and assistance of the Legal Department
to minimize the likelihood of an antitrust violation. In addition, Columbia/HCA
management should report to the Legal Department possible antitrust violations
by other ...

2018 Florida Real Estate Exam Prep Questions Answers Explanations

Author: Real Estate Exam Professionals Ltd.
Publisher: Real Estate Exam Professionals, Ltd.
ISBN: 1370873115
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They decide that broker A will work exclusively northeast of downtown, broker B
will work exclusively northwest of downtown, and broker C will work exclusively
south of downtown. This is a: A. violation of the statute of frauds. B. violation of
antitrust laws called market allocation. C. common, acceptable practice among
brokers. D. violation of antitrust laws called price-fixing. Answer: B. The answer is
violation of antitrust laws called market allocation. Antitrust laws prohibit brokers
from ...