2015 New Hampshire Revised Statutes
Title XXXI - TRADE AND COMMERCE
Chapter 356 - COMBINATIONS AND MONOPOLIES
Section 356:2 - Restraints Prohibited.
356:2 Restraints Prohibited.
I. Every contract, combination, or conspiracy in restraint of trade is unlawful.
II. Every contract, combination, or conspiracy is unlawful which has the purpose or the effect of:
(a) Fixing, controlling or maintaining prices, rates, quotations or fees in any part of trade or commerce; or
(b) Fixing, controlling, maintaining, limiting or discontinuing the production, manufacture, mining, sale or distribution of any commodity or service; or
(c) Allocating or dividing customers or markets in any part of trade or commerce; or
(d) Refusing to deal, or coercing, persuading or inducing any person to refuse to deal, with another person; or
(e) Fixing or controlling the price quotation of any bid for a public or private contract, submitting sham or complementary bids, or controlling the submission of bids including refusals to bid.
Source. 1917, 177:2. 1919, Ex., 2:1. PL 168:2. RL 202:2. RSA 356:2. 1979, 385:3, eff. Aug. 22, 1979.
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