The Cypriot Competition Authority concludes that the termination of a franchise agreement in a reasonable delay does not constitute an abuse of economic dependence (Bacenco / Orchestra-Premaman)

The case arises out of a complaint filed by Bacenco Ltd against Orchestra-Premaman for the alleged infringement of the Protection of Competition Law 13(I)/2008 (“Law”); concerning the termination of the sub-franchise agreement between Bacenco Ltd and Orchestra-Premaman. Bacenco was an Orchestra-Premaman label shop that provided the sale of clothes and accessories for mothers, babies and children at “MY MALL”, a shopping centre in Limassol. Bacenco functioned as a sub-franchise and was based on an oral agreement made via Virginia Letkaouskaite Koutroupi, the Master Franchiser of the Orchestra-Premaman label products in Cyprus. Orchestra-Premaman is a

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Ramona Livera, Evyenia Epaminondou, The Cypriot Competition Authority concludes that the termination of a franchise agreement in a reasonable delay does not constitute an abuse of economic dependence (Bacenco / Orchestra-Premaman), 10 October 2013, e-Competitions Franchising, Art. N° 68784

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