CASE COMMENTS: UNFAIR COMMERCIAL PRACTICES – CHARITY – SPECIALISED COURT

Charity: The Paris Court of Appeal rules that a non-profit-making association may exercise a paid activity of supply service and then be sued before specialised courts in case of sudden breach of commercial relationships (CNSUE / SEA TPI)

Le Comité national de sécurité des usagers (CNSUE) est une association loi de 1901, agréée par les pouvoirs publics, qui délivre aux électriciens des attestations de conformité des installations électriques. Après avoir externalisé son service informatique auprès d’un prestataire le Comité a

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Jean-Louis Fourgoux, Charity: The Paris Court of Appeal rules that a non-profit-making association may exercise a paid activity of supply service and then be sued before specialised courts in case of sudden breach of commercial relationships (CNSUE / SEA TPI), 30 November 2018, Concurrences Review N° 1-2019, Art. N° 89453, p. 114

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