franchise - tying

Under antitrust law, tying is a requirement imposed upon a buyer to purchase one product on the condition that the buyer also buy another product from the same seller. Whether alleged “tying” is illegal under antitrust law is often based on the facts of a particular case, and claims of tying are typically judged under the “rule of reason” standard.

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