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" ... by the seller of property or business not to compete with the buyer in such a way as to derogate from the value of the property or business sold; (2) by a retiring partner not to compete with the firm; (3) by a partner pending the partnership not... "
The New York Supplement - Página 575
1898
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The Federal Reporter: Cases Argued and Determined in the ..., Volúmenes145-146

1906
...cases. They are as follows : "Agreements (1) by the seller of property or business not to compete with the buyer in such a way as to derogate from the value of the property or business sold; (2) by a retiring partner not to compete with the firm; (3) by a partner pending the partnership not...
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Atlantic Reporter, Volumen57

1904
...It was held that the contract was not In contravention of the act or within its spirit; that if the "act were to be construed literally and technically, so as to embrace such a contract, * • • It would Involve consequences most harmful to the commercial community — consequences which...
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Reports of Cases Heard and Determined in the Appellate Division ..., Volumen29

New York (State). Supreme Court. Appellate Division - 1898
...to which he refers, namely : Covenants " by the seller of property or business not to compete with the buyer in such a way as to derogate from the value...certainly is not within its spirit. If that act were to be constnied literally and technically so as to embrace such a contract as the present, it would involve...
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Reports of the Industrial Commission..., Volumen2

United States. Industrial Commission - 1900
...instrumentality of an incidental covenant not to compete with the purchaser within some limited area. * * * In our judgment the present contract is not in contravention...consequences most harmful to the commercial community." The contract was legal. United States v. Hopkins et al. 82 Fed. , 529. Circuit Court, September 20,...
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Report, Volumen2

1900
...instrumentality of an incidental covenant not to compete with the purchaser within some limited area. * * * In our judgment the present contract is not in contravention...consequences most harmful to the commercial community." The contract was legal. United States v. Hopkins et al. 82 Fed., 529. Circuit Court, September 20,...
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Congressional Serial Set

1900
...instrumentality of an incidental covenant not to compete with the purchaser within some limited area. * * * In our judgment the present contract is not in contravention...consequences most harmful to the commercial community." The contract was legal. United States v. Hopkins et al. 82 Fed., 529. Circuit Court, September W, 1897....
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The Law of Combinations Embracing Monopolies, Trusts, and ..., Volumen2

Arthur Jerome Eddy - 1901 - 1540 páginas
...CONTRACTS IN RESTRAINT OF TUADE. [§ (1) by the seller of property or business not to compete with the buyer in such a way as to derogate from the value of the property or business sold; (2) by a retiring partner not to compete with the linn; (3) by a partner pending the partnership not...
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The Legality of Trusts and Industrial Combinations

Edgar Freeman Strong - 1903 - 206 páginas
...instrumentality of an incidental covenant not to compete with the purchaser within some unite-' area. In cur judgment the present contract is not in contravention...act were to be construed literally and technically, it would involve consequences most Harmful to the commercial community." The contract, not to do any...
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Federal Antitrust Decisions: Adjudicated Cases and Opinions of ..., Volumen2

United States. Courts - 1907
...cases. They are as follows: "Agreements (1) by the seller of property or business not to compete with the buyer in such a way as to derogate from the value of the property or business sold: (2) by a retiring partner not to compete with the firm; (3) by a partner pending the partnership not...
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Federal Anti-trust Decisions: 1927-1931

United States. Courts - 1907
...when they are agreements by the seller of property or business not to compote with the buyer in such way as to derogate from the value of the property or business sold." An agreement, as incidental to a sale of property as a business, that the seller would not enter into...
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