FAIR-TRADE LAW

FAIR-TRADE LAW

fair-trade law. A state statute that protects and enforces fair-trade agreements. ? At one time, many states had fair-trade laws. But when applied to interstate commerce, the laws may violate the Sherman Antitrust Act, so most states have repealed them.
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