Whilst the CMA understands that, during its investigation, ComparetheMarket contacted home insurers in late with regard to non-enforcement of the clauses, it remains concerned that the effects of the clauses could continue.
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BGL operates a price comparison website under the domain names comparethemarket. A statement of Objections gives addressees notice of a proposed infringement decision under the Competition Act and the equivalent EU law prohibitions.
It is a provisional decision only and does not necessarily lead to an infringement decision. Addressees have the opportunity to make written and oral representations on the matters covered.
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Any such representations will be considered by the CMA before any final decision is made. The statement of objections will not be published. More information on how to comply with competition law can be found on the competition law guidance page. The CMA currently has 15 open competition act investigations.
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