The Paris Court of Appeal consolidates quantitative selective distribution (Auto 24 / Jaguar Land Rover France)

Many suppliers organise their networks using qualitative and quantitative selective distribution systems and particularly in the case of motor vehicle distribution. More generally, all sectors in which it may be practical to have recourse to a limited number of distributors meeting the required quality criteria for pre-sales, sales and after-sales services may be interested in this type of distribution system. One of the weaknesses of qualitative and quantitative selective distribution is the fact that there is legal uncertainty which can lead to disputes at the term of contracts where the former dealer re-applies for selection. The outcome of disputes under French law have been quite interesting in this area: given the very significant development of this type of distribution in

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Joseph Vogel, The Paris Court of Appeal consolidates quantitative selective distribution (Auto 24 / Jaguar Land Rover France), 2 December 2009, e-Competitions Automobile, Art. N° 30014

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