Canlyniadau 81–100 o 800 ar gyfer "competition act"

Orders of the Day — Courts and Legal Services Bill [Lords]: Power to Obtain Information and Require Production of Documents (25 Gor 1990)

Sir Nicholas Lyell: ...65, 66, 69 and 70 to schedule 16 are consequential amendments to the Fair Trading Act 1973, the Consumer Credit Act 1974, the Restrictive Trade Practices Act 1976, the Estate Agents Act 1979 and the Competition Act 1980 to allow other regulators to pass information to the board without committing offences under their disclosure regime. Taken together, the four new clauses and five...

Orders of the Day — Courts and Legal Services Bill [Lords]: Exceptions from Restrictions on Disclosure (25 Gor 1990)

...under—(i) this Act;(ii) the Fair Trading Act 1973 (other than Part II);(iii) the Consumer Credit Act 1974;(iv) the Restrictive Trade Practices Act 1976;(v) the Estate Agents Act 1979;(vi) the Competition Act 1980;(vii) the Financial Services Act 1986;(viii) the Control of Misleading Advertisements Regulations 1988;(n) the Monopolies and Mergers Commission to discharge any of its...

Orders of the Day — Broadcasting Bill: Networking Arrangements Between Holders of Regional Channel 3 Licences (25 Hyd 1990)

Mr David Mellor: ...Lords amendment No. 501 sets out the competition test. It makes it clear that the OFT's role is not a formality. If the circumstances arise, it must apply the competition test, which is based on the Competition Act 1980 and on paragraph 3 of article 85 of the EEC treaty. Arrangements satisfy the test if they do not have, or are not intended or likely to have the effect of restricting,...

Business of the House (28 Chw 1991)

Miss Emma Nicholson: ...is one of our largest export industries and that in the European Community the industry is worth £36 billion. I and others are immensely concerned that the Copyright Act 1956 may be turned into a competition Act on the lines of the American model if the draft directive, as presently framed, is implemented in the United Kingdom.

Orders of the Day — Competition and Service (Utilities) Bill: Preliminary Investigation of Disputes by Gas Consumers' Council (16 Ion 1992)

...be substituted— (b) any matter which relates to the supply of gas through pipes and in respect of which any functions of the Director General of Fair Trading under the Fair Trading Act 1973 or the Competition Act 1980 are or may be exercisable.

Orders of the Day — Competition and Service (Utilities) Bill: The Electricity Consumers' Council. (16 Ion 1992)

...to premises. and(c) any matter which relates to the supply of electricity and in respect of which any functions of the Director General of Fair Trading under the Fair Trading Act 1973 or the Competition Act 1980 are or may be exercisable.

Orders of the Day — Competition and Service (Utilities) Bill: Investigation of complaints by the Council. (16 Ion 1992)

...Kingdom; and(c) any matter which relates to the supply of telecommunications and in respect of which any functions of the Director General of Fair Trading under the Fair Trading Act 1973 or the Competition Act 1980 are or may be exercisable.

Market Power (Green Paper) (30 Tach 1992)

Mr Michael Heseltine: ...improved. The first option is to strengthen the existing legislation. That would involve strengthening the monopoly provisions of the Fair Trading Act 1973 and the anti-competitive provisions of the Competition Act 1980. The second option in the Green Paper would be to replace the current legislation with a prohibition system. That would be consistent with our proposals for dealing with...

Competition (14 Ebr 1993)

Mr Neil Hamilton: ...Trading should enable him to establish more quickly whether there should be a full-scale investigation. The director general currently has discretion to accept enforceable undertakings in lieu of a Competition Act reference to the Monopolies and Mergers Commission. It is proposed to extend this ability to enable him to accept such undertakings, subject to suitable safeguards, before his...

Clause 32: Competition and Anti-Competitive Practices ( 7 Mai 1993)

Malcolm Moss: ...At present non-statutory professional associations of osteopaths are subject to the monopoly provisions of the Fair Trading Act 1973 and the provisions concerning anti-competitive practices in the Competition Act 1980. The Secretary of State for Trade and Industry has the authority to make orders by statutory instrument to require the associations to make any changes to their rules or...

New clause 6: Disputes Procedure (23 Meh 1993)

Michael Jack: ...me to trespass into those areas, but it shows the Government's thinking to ensure that competition policy can deal with those matters. My predecessor also mentioned the possible extension of the Competition Act 1980 into those areas. He rightly did not fetter his hand on that until he saw precisely the final scheme put forward by the milk marketing boards. If we look into the near...

Orders of the Day — Chiropractors Bill (18 Chw 1994)

David Lidington: ...present position. Voluntary associations of chiropractors are already subject to the monopoly provisions of the Fair Trading Act 1973 and the provisions relating to anti-competitive practices in the Competition Act 1980. Let me say a few words about the general council. It will comprise 20 members made up of three groups. The largest group will be 10 chiropractors elected by fully...

Orders of the Day — Sport (20 Meh 1994)

Mr Iain Sproat: ...Trade Practices Act 1976. The director general also concluded in January 1993 that the FA's action had not breached the relevant competition legislation—the Fair Trading Act 1973 and the Competition Act 1980. Under the Fair Trading Act 1973, the Director General of Fair Trading has a duty to review commercial activities in the United Kingdom, identifying possible monopoly situations....

Orders of the Day — Newspaper Prices (20 Gor 1994)

Tony Wright: ...can be held. I shall deal with that point in a moment. Let us consider the ground rules for competition policy, about which the Minister will doubtless have something to say. Section 2(1) of the Competition Act 1980 defines an anti-competitive practice as a course of conduct pursued by persons in the course of business, which has or is intended to have or is likely to have the effect of...

Cross-media Ownership (23 Mai 1995)

Stephen Dorrell: One of the first Committees on which I served, with the hon. Gentleman, was the Committee considering the Bill that became the Competition Act 1980. That Act sets out precisely a coherent framework of constraints on anti-competitive practice, and it applies through the normal process of competition law to the conditional access regime that operates in Britain. That is exactly the coherent...

Orders of the Day — Bank of England Bill: Restriction on Disclosure of Information (22 Ion 1998)

Mrs Helen Liddell: ...while they were in office, including the Pensions Act 1995, the Railways Act 1993, the Water Industries Act 1991, the Friendly Societies Act 1992, the Companies Acts, the Gas Act 1986, and the Competition Act 1980. The exemption is in the Bill as a failsafe, to answer the point raised by the right hon. Member for Wells, and the hon. Member for Rochford and Southend, East (Sir T. Taylor)....

Orders of the Day — Competition Bill [Lords] (11 Mai 1998)

Mr Dale Campbell-Savours: I have heard my right hon. Friend's argument before. I heard it in 1980 from Ministers in Committee on the Bill that became the Competition Act 1980. If it was good enough for the Tories then, I cannot see why it is not good enough for them now.

Orders of the Day — Competition Bill [Lords]: Abuse of Dominant Position ( 8 Gor 1998)

Mr David Chidgey: ...national newspaper press, but only if the author of that practice enjoys a monopoly situation. Both "anti-competitive practice" and "monopoly situation" have existing statutory definitions, in the Competition Act 1980 and the Fair Trading Act 1973 respectively. Therefore, their meaning will already be familiar to the business community affected by the Bill. Let me deal with the question...

Orders of the Day — Competition Bill [Lords]: Regulators ( 8 Gor 1998)

...of regulatory functions), in subsection (6), at the end of the paragraph about regulatory functions, insert "other than any functions assigned to him by virtue of section 67(3) of that Act ("Competition Act functions").(7) The Regulator may, when exercising any Competition Act function, have regard to any matter to which he would have regard if— (a) he were under the duty imposed by...

Central America (Hurricane Mitch): Royal Assent ( 9 Tach 1998)

Miss Betty Boothroyd: I have to notify the House, in accordance with the Royal Assent Act 1967, that the Queen has signified her Royal Assent to the following Acts: Competition Act 1998Human Rights Act 1998


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