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§6.152 Practices which put retailer independence at risk.
The practices specified in this section put retailer independence at risk. The practices specified here are examples and do not constitute a complete list of those practices that put retailer independence at risk.
(a) The act by an industry member of resetting stock on a retailer's premises (other than stock offered for sale by the industry member).
(b) The act by an industry member of purchasing or renting display, shelf, storage or warehouse space (i.e. slotting allowance).
(c) Ownership by an industry member of less than a 100 percent interest in a retailer, where such ownership is used to influence the purchases of the retailer.
(d) The act by an industry member of requiring a retailer to purchase one alcoholic beverage product in order to be allowed to purchase another alcoholic beverage product at the same time.