CASE COMMENTS: RESTRICTIVE PRACTICES - NON-COMPETITION CLAUSE – PRIVITY OF CONTRACT - PURCHASE OF BUSINESS ASSETS

Privity: The French Supreme Court considers that the non-competition clause only imposes obligation on the debtor and not on the third-party purchaser of the business assets (INOVA)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. On April 2, 1999, a commercial company sold part of its business. This sale is solely aimed at the business of selling kitchens to private individuals. The transfer agreement includes a non-competition clause in which the transferor "formally refrains from creating, founding, acquiring, operating or using part of the business of the same or similar nature as that which is the subject of the present transfer, i.e. the activity of selling cooking to private individuals and of taking a direct or indirect interest in a holding of the same nature, all directly or indirectly by himself or through an intermediary in the departments of Dordogne and Lot and for a

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Valérie Durand, Privity: The French Supreme Court considers that the non-competition clause only imposes obligation on the debtor and not on the third-party purchaser of the business assets (INOVA) , 11 March 2014, Concurrences N° 2-2014, Art. N° 65801, pp. 130-131

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