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Distribution law is placed at the intersection of economic analysis and contractual practice in the marketing of products and services. It governs the organization and implementation of trade through contracts that take into account legal and regulatory constraints, particularly those of the economic public order of management and protection.
These constraints are analysed by the authors through the study of contracts for the transfer of products or the provision of services: sales or service contracts between professionals as well as between professionals and consumers, commercial agency, commission, brokerage, exclusive supply, selective and exclusive distribution, concession, franchise, but also grouping contracts between distributors.