Third line forcing
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Third line forcing is a form of exclusive dealing involving the supply of goods or services on the condition that the purchaser buys goods or services from a particular third party, or a refusal to supply because the purchaser will not agree to that condition.
- Australian Competition & Consumer Commission v IMB Group Pty Ltd (in liq)  FCA 402 (5 April 2002), Federal Court (Australia)
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