CASE COMMENTS: RESTRICTIVE PRACTICES: SUDDEN BREAKING OFF OF COMMERCIAL RELATIONSHIP - NATURE OF THE ACTION - QUALITY OF THE VICTIM OF THE BREAKING OFF - SCOPE OF THE REQUIREMENT OF A WRITTEN NOTICE - LENGTH OF THE NOTICE PERIOD - ASSESSMENT OF THE JUDGE

Sudden breaking off of commercial relationship: The Court of Cassation rules once again on the implementation of Art. L 442-6-I-5° (Idéal France et Dudule/Guiot; “Le Clown est Roi”/Favand; Daniel Grenin/Usinor Achats; UCT/Transports Joyau)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Cass. com, 6 February 2007, Idéal France and Dudule c/ Guiot, n° 04-13.178 Cass. com, February 6, 2007, "Le Clown est Roi" c/ Favand, n° 03-20.463 Cass. com, February 20, 2007, Daniel Grenin v. Usinor Achats, No. 04-14.446 Cass. com, 6 March 2007, UCT c/ Transports Joyau, n° 05-18.121 The right of abrupt termination of established commercial relations is still a right in formation. This is evidenced by the number of appeals brought before the Court of Cassation in this area, which allows the Court, as judgments are handed down, to clarify how Article L. 442-6-I-5° of the Commercial Code should be read or to base its case law on points already decided by

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Mary-Claude Mitchell, Sudden breaking off of commercial relationship: The Court of Cassation rules once again on the implementation of Art. L 442-6-I-5° (Idéal France et Dudule/Guiot; “Le Clown est Roi”/Favand; Daniel Grenin/Usinor Achats; UCT/Transports Joyau), 6 February 2007, Concurrences N° 2-2007, Art. N° 13426, pp. 121-122

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