CASE COMMENTS: DISTRIBUTION - VALIDITY OF AN AGREEMENT – BANKING MONOPOLY – ADEQUATE COMPENSATION

Exclusive supply : The Montpellier Court of Appeals validates the beer distribution contracts and sets aside the provisions of both the "Doubin" law related to precontractual information of the distributor and of the monetary and financial code related to the banking monopoly on credit operations (Bar Le Corsaire, Brasserie Milles)

CA Montpellier, 17 fév. 2015, Bar Le Corsaire c/ Brasserie Milles, RG n° 14/01926 Saisie au sujet d’un contrat d’approvisionnement exclusif conclu entre un fournisseur de boissons et un débitant, la Cour d’appel de Montpellier a fait le tour des questions récurrentes posées par ces contrats. Elle a en premier lieu énoncé qu’ils n’étaient pas soumis au respect de la loi “Doubin” (C. com., art. L. 330-3) prévoyant une

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Nicolas Ereseo, Exclusive supply : The Montpellier Court of Appeals validates the beer distribution contracts and sets aside the provisions of both the "Doubin" law related to precontractual information of the distributor and of the monetary and financial code related to the banking monopoly on credit operations (Bar Le Corsaire, Brasserie Milles), 17 February 2015, Concurrences Review N° 2-2015, Art. N° 72948, pp. 110-111

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