07 Abr Agreement Section 3
Unlike stationary activities, the e-commerce sector has no geographic boundaries. Competition problems in the e-commerce market are affecting the current competitive landscape. In addition, in the recent past, there have been numerous instances where the scope and scope of the law could not take into account anti-competitive agreements in digital markets. In Jasper Infotech Pvt. Ltd v. KAFF Appliances Pvt. Ltd., the Commission found that the maintenance of the resale price could be done without a traditional act of “resale”. The Commission indicated that the same normal structure could not be applied in cases of online markets, although there is no literal ownership of goods, there is a transfer of ownership from the buyer to the seller . He therefore highlighted the problem of the usual applicability of provisions in unconventional situations and sought to better understand paragraph 3, paragraph 4, in order to avoid such situations in the future. Charles A.
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The limited and strict interpretation of Section 3, paragraph 4, is an obstacle to the current competitive structure. The bill seeks to address its poor applicability in dealing with anti-competitive agreements by delving into Section 3, paragraph 4.