CASE COMMENT: RESTRICTIVE PRACTICES - SUDDEN BREAKING OFF OF COMMERCIAL RELATIONSHIPS - PROFESSIONAL ORDERS

Professional orders: The Court of Cassation rules on the possibility for the members of professional orders to bring an action on the basis of Art L. 442-6-I-5° of the Code of commerce or on civil law rules (Maître X... (notaire) c/Caisse d’épargne et de prévoyance du Val-de-France)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Cass. 1st civ., 22 January 2009, Mr. X...(biologist) v. Mr. Y... (surgeon), n° 07-21.233 Cass. com, 20 January 2009, Maître X...(notary) c/ Caisse d'épargne et de prévoyance du Val-de-France, No. 07-17.556 To what extent are members of the liberal professions likely to denounce the abrupt termination of commercial or contractual relations of which they have been victims? Three recent rulings of the Court of Cassation concerning architects (16 December 2008), notaries (20 January 2009) and biologists provide answers to this question and details on the respective regimes for abrupt termination, depending on whether it is based on Article L. 442-6-I-5° of the

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Mary-Claude Mitchell, Professional orders: The Court of Cassation rules on the possibility for the members of professional orders to bring an action on the basis of Art L. 442-6-I-5° of the Code of commerce or on civil law rules (Maître X... (notaire) c/Caisse d’épargne et de prévoyance du Val-de-France), 22 January 2009, Concurrences N° 2-2009, Art. N° 25950, pp. 128-129

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