ALERTS : DISTRIBUTION - CONSUMER - JUDGE - CONSUMER CODE - IMPERATIVE PROVISIONS - SEIZURE

Imperative provisions of the Consumer code : The French Supreme Court holds that judges may seize on their own motion of breach of imperative provisions of the Consumer code (Crédit mutuel de Saint-Marcelin)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Facts In a dispute with an individual over the repayment of a loan, a credit company was challenging the court's decision to reject its claim for payment of contractual interest. It argued that the provisions of Articles L. 311-8 et seq. of the Consumer Code relating to the credit agreement could

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Dominique Ferré, Régis Pihéry, Imperative provisions of the Consumer code : The French Supreme Court holds that judges may seize on their own motion of breach of imperative provisions of the Consumer code (Crédit mutuel de Saint-Marcelin), 22 January 2009, Concurrences N° 2-2009, Art. N° 29607, www.concurrences.com

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