illegal restraint

illegal restraint
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Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • illegal — il·le·gal /il lē gəl/ adj: contrary to or in violation of a law: illicit unlawful an illegal contract il·le·gal·ly adv Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …   Law dictionary

  • restraint of trade — 1: an act, fact, or means of curbing the free flow of commerce or trade covenant not to compete with an employer after leaving is in restraint of trade and must be reasonable to be enforced 2: an attempt or intent to eliminate or stifle… …   Law dictionary

  • restraint of trade — ► COMMERCE an illegal agreement that damages someone s ability to do business: »Any contract which interferes with the free exercise of his trade or business is a contract in restraint of trade. → See also PRICE RESTRAINT(Cf. ↑price restraint),… …   Financial and business terms

  • illegal contract — a contract may be described as illegal if: (1) the aim or object of the contract is criminal or immoral; (2) some specific rule of statute or common law says that it is; (3) the method of contracting is illegal. At common law, contracts to commit …   Law dictionary

  • Illegal agreement — An illegal agreement, under the common law of contract, is one that the courts will not enforce because the purpose of the agreement is to achieve an illegal end. The illegal end must result from performance of the contract itself, however. A… …   Wikipedia

  • restraint — Confinement, abridgment, or limitation. Prohibition of action; holding or pressing back from action. Hindrance, confinement, or restriction of liberty. Obstruction, hindrance or destruction of trade or commerce. See restraint of trade stop. @… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Restraint of trade — Contract law Part o …   Wikipedia

  • Illegal per se — The term illegal per se means that the act is inherently illegal. Thus, an act is illegal without extrinsic proof of any surrounding circumstances such as scienter or other defenses. Acts are made illegal per se by statute, constitution, or case… …   Wikipedia

  • restraint of trade — action tending to interrupt the free flow of goods and services, as by price fixing and other practices that have the effect of reducing competition. [1885 90] * * * Preventing of free competition in business by some action or condition such as… …   Universalium

  • restraint 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


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