New Hampshire Business Laws
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Getting the right balance of consumer choice, competition, and trust in the integrity of a product or service requires a certain amount of government regulations, at both the federal and state level. Welcome to FindLaw's coverage of New Hampshire's business laws, with descriptions of the laws meant to protect consumers and foster a healthy economy. You'll find information about New Hampshire's antitrust law, which prohibits certain mergers or business combinations that would hurt consumers by eliminating the competition. Also included is information about New Hampshire's law prohibiting certain business practices considered to be "deceptive" and thus illegal, such as false advertising. Click on a link below to learn more about New Hampshire's business laws.
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