Inducements and Retailer Independence

 

The holder of a Wholesaler's Permit (W) shall not engage in practices and patterns of conduct that place a retailer's independence at risk, or that constitutes an illegal inducement.

   

Examples of illegal inducements include, but are not limited to:

  • Purchasing or renting shelf, floor or warehouse space from or for a retailer
  • Requiring a retailer to purchase one product in order to be allowed to purchase another product at the same time
  • Providing or purchasing, in whole or in part, any type of advertising benefiting any specific retailer

 

  

 

 

 

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