CASE COMMENT : DISTRIBUTION - CONSUMER - ARBITRATION APPRAISAL AGREEMENT - ABUSIVE CLAUSE

Abusive clause: The French Supreme Court holds that an arbitration appraisal agreement signed between an insurer and an insured further to a dispute does not constitute a clause in a B-to-C contract (AGPM Vie)

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Philippe Vanni, Abusive clause: The French Supreme Court holds that an arbitration appraisal agreement signed between an insurer and an insured further to a dispute does not constitute a clause in a B-to-C contract (AGPM Vie), 25 February 2010, Concurrences N° 2-2010, Art. N° 31851, www.concurrences. com.

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