41 CFR 102-75.270 - Must antitrust laws be considered when disposing of property?

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§ 102-75.270 Must antitrust laws be considered when disposing of property?
Yes, antitrust laws must be considered in any case in which there is contemplated a disposal to any private interest of—
(a) Real and related personal property that has an estimated fair market value of $3 million or more; or
(b) Patents, processes, techniques, or inventions, irrespective of cost.

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