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A tying arrangement or tie-in contract exists when a person agrees to sell one product, the "tying product," only on the condition that the vendee also purchase another product, the "tied product." This practice is generally illegal under the Sherman Antitrust Act or Clayton Act.[1]


  1. ^ American Marketing Association. AMA Dictionary.

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