Agency agreement: The Grenoble Court of Appeal refuses to equate the death of the managing partner of a one-man limited liability company with that of a commercial agent (EURL X / PJA Diffusion)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Facts and procedure The decision to operate the activity of commercial agent under cover of an EURL must be carefully weighed in view of the consequences it is likely to produce; consequences produced by the screen that the legal personality of the company constitutes. In the present case, a commercial agent had been distributing the products (wines) of the company PJA Diffusion since 2001 under a commercial agency contract. In 2011, this contract is transferred to a one-man limited liability company ("EURL"), of which the former commercial agent is the sole partner and manager. The latter dies in 2014, leaving several heirs who, unwilling or unable to

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