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Comparative law notes

This term corresponds to definition 3.

Definitions of tie-in

a game, food item or toy etc that is connected with a film or television programme etc

There is nothing new about the opening of a big blockbuster movie being accompanied by various marketing tie-ins.

when two or more companies try to work together to sell their products

Funky Rugs, the UK's leading online rug store, is pleased to announce a tie-in with The Natural Rug Store.

where two or more products must be bought together; a product that is sold this way

In tie-in sales of other subscriptions and devices used on the mobile phone network the consumer is protected by the tie-in sales provision in the Communications Market Act.