• Competition Act, 2002- Bare Act

  • CHAPTER I: PRELIMINARY

    • Section-2. Definitions.

    CHAPTER II: PROHIBITION OF CERTAIN AGREEMENTS, ABUSE OF DOMINANT POSITION AND REGULATION OF COMBINATIONS

    Prohibition of agreements

    • Section-3. Anti-competitive agreements

    Prohibition of abuse of dominant position

    • Section-4. Abuse of dominant position.

    Regulation of combinations

    • Section-5. Combination
    • Section-6. Regulation of combinations.

    CHAPTER IV: DUTIES, POWERS AND FUNCTIONS OF COMMISSION

    • Section-18. Duties of Commission.
    • Section-19. Inquiry into certain agreements and dominant position of enterprise.  
    • Section-20. Inquiry into combination by Commission.
    • Section-21. Reference by statutory authority.
    • Section-21A. Reference by Commission.  
    • Section-27. Orders by Commission after inquiry into agreements or abuse of dominant position.
    • Section-29. Procedure for investigation of combination.
    • Section-31. Orders of Commission on certain combinations.  
    • Section-32. Acts taking place outside India but having an effect on competition in India.
    • Section-33. Power to issue interim orders.
    • Section-35. Appearance before Commission.
    • Section-39. Execution of orders of Commission imposing monetary penalty.
    • Section-41. Director General to investigate contravention.

    CHAPTER VI: PENALTIES

    • Section-42. Contravention of orders of Commission.
    • Section-42A. Compensation in case of contravention of orders of Commission.
    • Section-43. Penalty for failure to comply with directions of Commission and Director General.
    • Section-43A. Power to impose penalty for non-furnishing of information on combinations.
    • Section-44. Penalty for making false statement or omission to furnish material information.
    • Section-48. Contravention by companies.

    CHAPTER VII: COMPETITION ADVOCACY

    • Section-49. Competition advocacy.

    CHAPTER VIIIA: COMPETITON APPELLATE TRIBUNAL

    • Section-53B. Appeal to Appellate Tribunal.  
    • Section-53T. Appeal to Supreme Court.
    • Section-53U. Power to Punish for contempt.

    CHAPTER IX: MISCELLANEOUS

    • Section-54. Power to exempt.   
    • Section-55. Power of Central Government to issue directions.    
    • Section-57. Restriction on disclosure of information.
    • Section-61. Exclusion of jurisdiction of civil courts.
    • Section-62. Application of other laws not barred.
    • Section-65. Power to remove difficulties. 
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