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Hugin v Commision

[1979] Case 22/78

Case summary last updated at 27/01/2020 19:10 by the Oxbridge Notes in-house law team.

Judgement for the case Hugin v Commision

 Took view that Hugin was dominant in market of spare parts for its own cash machines. Lipton was firm that serviced Hugin's machines and couldn't use any other spare parts, so COURT took view that although there could be a market for spare parts in general, in present case the market had to be very narrowly defined and comprise only spare parts for Hugin's machines.

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