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tied

1 of a house or cottage, rented out to the tenant for as long as he is employed by the owner.
2 of a public house, contractually obliged to sell products of the brewer landlord insofar as consistent with competition law.
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16) According to this theory, a firm that controls the market in the tying product can force its consumers to purchase the tied product in an effort to restrain competition in the tied product market.
Also: 69-B Mason (Leeds, tied 5th), J Mellor (Sheffield, tied 5th).