Some binding agreements are illegal in the United States under the Sherman Antitrust Act and Section 3 of the Clayton Act. A binding agreement is defined as “an agreement by a party to sell a product, but only on the condition that the buyer also purchases another (or related) product, or at least agrees that it does not purchase the product from another supplier.”  Shares of several corporations as well as the shares of a single corporation may be liable to each other. It must be noted that the Commission had examined that Article 3(1) of the Law on competition had been infringed only where the agreement had significant negative effects on competition, but did not expressly fall within the reim of Article 3(3) or Article 3(4), that is to say, the right to the link did not materialise. The binding agreement includes any agreement that requires a buyer of goods to purchase other types of goods as a condition of such purchase. It is also known as binding agreement, binding agreement, tied selling, binding sale or club bed sale. As required by the Explanatory Note to Article 3(4), the binding agreement includes any agreement that requires a buyer of goods to purchase other goods as a condition of that purchase. The product or service that the buyer receives according to the requirements is called a binding product or service, and the product that is forced or forced on the buyer is called a related product….