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32A-11a-105 (Repealed 07/01/11). Prohibited conduct of supplier.
(1) A supplier may not:
(a) induce, coerce, or attempt to induce or coerce, any wholesaler to engage in any illegalact or course of conduct;
(b) impose a requirement that is discriminatory by its terms or in the methods ofenforcement as compared to requirements imposed by the supplier on similarly situatedwholesalers;
(c) prohibit a wholesaler from selling the product of any other supplier;
(d) fix or maintain the price at which a wholesaler may resell beer;
(e) fail to execute with each wholesaler of its brands a written distributorship agreement;
(f) require any wholesaler to accept delivery of any beer or any other item that is notvoluntarily ordered by the wholesaler;
(g) restrict or inhibit, directly or indirectly, the right of a wholesaler to participate in anorganization representing interests of wholesalers for any lawful purpose;
(h) require a wholesaler to participate in or contribute to any local, regional, or nationaladvertising fund or other promotional activity that:
(i) is not used for advertising or promotional activities in the wholesaler's sales territory;or
(ii) would require contributions by the wholesaler in excess of the amounts specified inthe distributorship agreement;
(i) retaliate against a wholesaler that files a complaint with the department or theapplicable federal agency regarding an alleged violation by the supplier of a state or federal lawor administrative rule;
(j) require without good cause any change in the manager of a wholesaler who haspreviously been approved by the supplier;
(k) if a wholesaler changes its approved manager, prohibit the change unless the newmanager fails to meet the reasonable standards for similarly situated wholesalers of the supplieras stated in the distributorship agreement; or
(l) refuse to deliver beer products covered by a distributorship agreement to thewholesaler:
(i) in reasonable quantities; and
(ii) within a reasonable time after receipt of the wholesaler's order.
(2) Notwithstanding Subsection (1)(l), the supplier may refuse to deliver products if therefusal is due to:
(a) the wholesaler's failure to pay the supplier pursuant to the distributorship agreement;
(b) an unforeseeable event beyond the supplier's control;
(c) a work stoppage or delay due to a strike or labor problem;
(d) a bona fide shortage of materials; or
(e) a freight embargo.

Repealed by Chapter 276, 2010 General Session
Enacted by Chapter 328, 1998 General Session

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Statutes > Utah > Title-32a > Chapter-11a > 32a-11a-105-repealed-07-01-11

32A-11a-105 (Repealed 07/01/11). Prohibited conduct of supplier.
(1) A supplier may not:
(a) induce, coerce, or attempt to induce or coerce, any wholesaler to engage in any illegalact or course of conduct;
(b) impose a requirement that is discriminatory by its terms or in the methods ofenforcement as compared to requirements imposed by the supplier on similarly situatedwholesalers;
(c) prohibit a wholesaler from selling the product of any other supplier;
(d) fix or maintain the price at which a wholesaler may resell beer;
(e) fail to execute with each wholesaler of its brands a written distributorship agreement;
(f) require any wholesaler to accept delivery of any beer or any other item that is notvoluntarily ordered by the wholesaler;
(g) restrict or inhibit, directly or indirectly, the right of a wholesaler to participate in anorganization representing interests of wholesalers for any lawful purpose;
(h) require a wholesaler to participate in or contribute to any local, regional, or nationaladvertising fund or other promotional activity that:
(i) is not used for advertising or promotional activities in the wholesaler's sales territory;or
(ii) would require contributions by the wholesaler in excess of the amounts specified inthe distributorship agreement;
(i) retaliate against a wholesaler that files a complaint with the department or theapplicable federal agency regarding an alleged violation by the supplier of a state or federal lawor administrative rule;
(j) require without good cause any change in the manager of a wholesaler who haspreviously been approved by the supplier;
(k) if a wholesaler changes its approved manager, prohibit the change unless the newmanager fails to meet the reasonable standards for similarly situated wholesalers of the supplieras stated in the distributorship agreement; or
(l) refuse to deliver beer products covered by a distributorship agreement to thewholesaler:
(i) in reasonable quantities; and
(ii) within a reasonable time after receipt of the wholesaler's order.
(2) Notwithstanding Subsection (1)(l), the supplier may refuse to deliver products if therefusal is due to:
(a) the wholesaler's failure to pay the supplier pursuant to the distributorship agreement;
(b) an unforeseeable event beyond the supplier's control;
(c) a work stoppage or delay due to a strike or labor problem;
(d) a bona fide shortage of materials; or
(e) a freight embargo.

Repealed by Chapter 276, 2010 General Session
Enacted by Chapter 328, 1998 General Session


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Statutes > Utah > Title-32a > Chapter-11a > 32a-11a-105-repealed-07-01-11

32A-11a-105 (Repealed 07/01/11). Prohibited conduct of supplier.
(1) A supplier may not:
(a) induce, coerce, or attempt to induce or coerce, any wholesaler to engage in any illegalact or course of conduct;
(b) impose a requirement that is discriminatory by its terms or in the methods ofenforcement as compared to requirements imposed by the supplier on similarly situatedwholesalers;
(c) prohibit a wholesaler from selling the product of any other supplier;
(d) fix or maintain the price at which a wholesaler may resell beer;
(e) fail to execute with each wholesaler of its brands a written distributorship agreement;
(f) require any wholesaler to accept delivery of any beer or any other item that is notvoluntarily ordered by the wholesaler;
(g) restrict or inhibit, directly or indirectly, the right of a wholesaler to participate in anorganization representing interests of wholesalers for any lawful purpose;
(h) require a wholesaler to participate in or contribute to any local, regional, or nationaladvertising fund or other promotional activity that:
(i) is not used for advertising or promotional activities in the wholesaler's sales territory;or
(ii) would require contributions by the wholesaler in excess of the amounts specified inthe distributorship agreement;
(i) retaliate against a wholesaler that files a complaint with the department or theapplicable federal agency regarding an alleged violation by the supplier of a state or federal lawor administrative rule;
(j) require without good cause any change in the manager of a wholesaler who haspreviously been approved by the supplier;
(k) if a wholesaler changes its approved manager, prohibit the change unless the newmanager fails to meet the reasonable standards for similarly situated wholesalers of the supplieras stated in the distributorship agreement; or
(l) refuse to deliver beer products covered by a distributorship agreement to thewholesaler:
(i) in reasonable quantities; and
(ii) within a reasonable time after receipt of the wholesaler's order.
(2) Notwithstanding Subsection (1)(l), the supplier may refuse to deliver products if therefusal is due to:
(a) the wholesaler's failure to pay the supplier pursuant to the distributorship agreement;
(b) an unforeseeable event beyond the supplier's control;
(c) a work stoppage or delay due to a strike or labor problem;
(d) a bona fide shortage of materials; or
(e) a freight embargo.

Repealed by Chapter 276, 2010 General Session
Enacted by Chapter 328, 1998 General Session

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