Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth)
Secondary boycotts for the purpose of causing substantial lessening of competition
(1) In the circumstances specified in subsection (3), a person must not, in concert with a second person, engage in conduct:
(a) that hinders or prevents:
(i) a third person supplying goods or services to a fourth person (who is not an employer of the first person or the second person); or
(ii) a third person acquiring goods or services from a fourth person (who is not an employer of the first person or the second person); and
(b) that is engaged in for the purpose, and would have or be likely to have the effect, of causing a substantial lessening of competition in any market in which the fourth person supplies or acquires goods or services.
Note 1: Conduct that would otherwise contravene this section can be authorised under subsection 88(7).
Note 2: This section also has effect subject to section 45DD, which deals with permitted boycotts.
(2) A person is taken to engage in conduct for a purpose mentioned in subsection (1) if the person engages in the conduct for purposes that include that purpose.
(3) Subsection (1) applies if:
(a) the third person or the fourth person is a corporation, or both of them are corporations; and
(b) the conduct would have or be likely to have the effect of causing substantial loss or damage to the business of one of those persons who is a corporation.
Substituted by Act 60 of 1996