North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 75. Monopolies, Trusts and Consumer Protection § 75-1. Combinations in restraint of trade illegal

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Every contract, combination in the form of trust or otherwise, or conspiracy in restraint of trade or commerce in the State of North Carolina is hereby declared to be illegal.  Every person or corporation who shall make any such contract expressly or shall knowingly be a party thereto by implication, or who shall engage in any such combination or conspiracy shall be guilty of a Class H felony.

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