Unfair definition

Unfair means unjustifiably biased or prejudiced.
Unfair in [Section 17200] means conduct that threatens an incipient violation of an antitrust
Unfair means “conduct that threatens an incipient violation of an antitrust law, or

Examples of Unfair in a sentence

  • Unfair discrimination against persons previously convicted of one or more criminal offenses prohibited.

  • The Buyer acknowledges that a Sale by Auction is not a consumer sale for the purposes of the Sale of Goods Act 1979 (as amended by the Sale and Supply of Goods Act 1994) and the Unfair Contract Terms Act 1977 and the Buyer shall not seek to rely upon and conditions or warranties implied thereby or by any other legislation.

  • Unfair Competitive Advantage - Fairness and transparency in the tender process require that the firms or their Affiliates competing for a specific assignment do not derive a competitive advantage from having provided consulting services related to this tender.

  • Unfair Competitive Advantage -Fairness and transparency in the tender process require that the firms or their Affiliates competing for a specific assignment do not derive a competitive advantage from having provided consulting services related to this tender.

  • Unfair Competitive Advantage - Fairness and transparency in the tender process require that the firms or their Affiliates competing for a specific assignment do not derive a competitive advantage from having provided consulting services related to this tender.


More Definitions of Unfair

Unfair means not fair or conforming to fundamental notions of justice, honesty, ethics or the like.
Unfair means “conduct that threatens an incipient violation of an antitrust law, or violates the policy or spirit of one of those laws because its effects are comparable to or the same as a violation of the law, or otherwise significantly threatens or harms competition.” It further required that “any finding of unfairness to competitors under section 17200 be tethered to some legislatively declared policy or proof of some actual or threatened impact on competition.”
Unfair means not fair or conforming to fundamental notions of justice, honesty, ethics or the like. “Unlawful” means any policy or practice which constitutes illegal discrimination as defined in federal, state or
Unfair in this context means creating legal obligations that are greater than those imposed by law – it is unfair for contracts to impose obligations or require architects to assume risks which are outside their reasonable professional ability to provide or control, or for which a court would not otherwise hold them responsible.
Unfair means “not honest or equitable or impartial or according to rules”.17 The idea of “unfair” is relative to the values of a particular society at a given point in time. Hence, what amounts to “unfair” varies from country to country.18 The Vienna Convention on Law of Treaties, 1969 provides that a treaty shall be interpreted in good faith according to the ordinary
Unfair means an act, practice, or statement which is unconscionable.
Unfair means any practice whose harm to the victim outweighs its benefits.”