*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In a judgment of 21 April 2016, published last June, the specialised section for undertakings of the Court of Milan rejected the claims for compensation against two credit institutions on the grounds that the burden of proof had not been met in the case in question. The private plaintiffs had entered into a financing agreement by opening a bank account with a mortgage guarantee, with an interest
CASE COMMENTS : EUROPEAN AND FOREIGN CASE LAW – AGREEMENT – FOLLOW-ON ACTION – BURDEN OF PROOF
Italy : The Court of Milan rules that simply attaching information from the press on the European Commission’s decision to sanction an agreement does not meet the burden of proof required for private action (Alpina Societa Immobiliare e Arno / Banco di Brescia San Paolo)
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