The Spanish Supreme Court annuls a decision of the national competition authorities because the investigated practices did not have an anticompetitive effect or purpose (Expertos Inmobiliarios)

The judgment of the Spanish Supreme Court (Tribunal Supremo) dated 9 March 2005 reviewed the decision of the Court for the Defence of Competition (“CDC”) of 19 November 1998, which had been appealed by the Spanish Association of Real Estate Agents (Consejo General de los Colegios Oficiales de Agentes de la Propiedad Inmobiliaria de España) (the “Consejo”), and by other regional real estate agent associations. The decision, which was confirmed by the Spanish National Court (Audiencia Nacional) on 12 April 2002, gave rise to a fine of EUR 3,005 for the Consejo after the recommendation made to its members (by means of an

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Henar González Durántez, The Spanish Supreme Court annuls a decision of the national competition authorities because the investigated practices did not have an anticompetitive effect or purpose (Expertos Inmobiliarios), 9 March 2005, e-Competitions Bulletin March 2005, Art. N° 14761

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