They could not sell their tea. There were laws in place preventing the sale of tea from colonists.
this is when
Their resistance culminated in the Boston Tea Party on December 16, 1773, in which colonists boarded East India Company ships and dumped their loads of tea overboard.
A result of the Tea Act of 1773 was that colonial merchants
could not sell their tea.
Colonial merchants could not sell their tea.
-The Tea Act, passed by Parliament on May 10, 1773, granted the British East India Company Tea a monopoly on tea sales in the American colonies.The passing of the Tea Act imposed no new taxes on the American colonies.
-The act’s main purpose was not to raise revenue from the colonies but to bail out the floundering East India Company, a key actor in the British economy. The British government granted the company a monopoly on the importation and sale of tea in the colonies. The colonists had never accepted the constitutionality of the duty on tea, and the Tea Act rekindled their opposition to it.
Colonial merchants could not sell their tea for less than the British East India Company.
The correct answer is A) Could not sell their tea.
Colonial merchants struggled after the Tea Act of 1773. This act forced American colonists to buy their tea from the British East India Company. The colonists disliked this act, as it limited their economic possibilities. This is why the colonists responded by boycotting the purchase of this tea and by destroying millions of dollars worth of tea in what is now known as the Boston Tea Party.
The result was the intolerable act
The tea act was "intolerable" by the british because, you know they love their tea.
The Tea Act, passed by Parliament on May 10, 1773, granted the British East India Company Tea a monopoly on tea sales in the American colonies. The passing of the Tea Act imposed no new taxes on the American colonies.
The Tea Act 1773 (13 Geo 3 c 44) was an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain. The principal ... The markups imposed by these merchants, combined with tea tax imposed by the Townshend Acts of 1767 ... Rights of Englishmen · Writ of assistance · Admiralty courts · Parson's Cause (1763); Taxation without representation ..