Commercial agency: The Paris Court of Appeals clarifies the substituted commercial agency (ACLB-Avant-garde / Showroom C et Aremi BVBA)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. A sub-contract is a contract whose subject matter is all or part of the performance of a main contract. This situation is frequently encountered in contracts relating to services and, in particular, commercial agency contracts. In this case, the sub-agent is nothing other than a commercial agent protected by the status provided for in Articles L. 134-1 et seq. of the Commercial Code. The presence of a "principal" commercial agent nevertheless influences the implementation of the rights arising from the status. This is illustrated by the judgment under comment. In this case, the Belgian company Bloom BVBA encountered "administrative difficulties" - the

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