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Abuse of Dominance

Authors: Mark C. Katz, Anita Banicevic and Alysha Manji-Knight

“Abuse of dominant market position,” or “abuse of dominance” as it is more generally called, is considered one of the cornerstone provisions of the Competition Act. This chapter provides a detailed overview of the provision, including its origins, purpose, enforcement, elements, remedies, defences and exemptions.

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