The Florence Tribunal rules out the abusive nature of a lease agreement provision (Il Giaggiolo)

On 27 January 2014, the Florence Tribunal rejected the appeal that Il Giaggiolo S.r.l. (“Giaggiolo”) brought against a payment order that the Tribunal issued against Giaggiolo, [1] thereby enforcing a clause of a lease agreement that the appellant claimed to be null and void for an alleged breach of the Italian competition law. The dispute originated from a lease agreement that Giaggiolo entered into with Centro Leasing S.p.a. (“Centro Leasing”) on 20 March 2007, for the lease of furniture that the former used to furnish its business premises. In March 2008

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Philippe Croene, The Florence Tribunal rules out the abusive nature of a lease agreement provision (Il Giaggiolo), 27 January 2014, e-Competitions Bulletin January 2014, Art. N° 72021

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