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Agreements as part of business

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When your company does business with another company, always draw up an unambiguous contract. 

When your company sells products or services to consumers, use clear contractual terms that comply with the Consumer Protection Act.

Competition legislation prohibits agreements and policies between competing companies that restricts competition between them.

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Trade between companies

When your company does business with another company, draw up a clear written contract for the transaction.

Consumer sales and responsibility for faults

When your company sells products to consumers, use clear contractual terms that comply with the Consumer Protection Act.

Competition legislation

The most important regulations governing commercial competition are the Competition Act and EU competition rules. They also regulate the supervision of company acquisitions.