Commercial agency: The Court of Appeal of Rennes excludes from the termination indemnity the amount of commissions which would no longer have been received by the commercial agent (Galliance / Inaudi)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In view of its seniority and the abundance of litigation it generates, the status of commercial agents is the subject of solutions that are now classic, which judges are regularly called upon to recall. Nevertheless, it is the seat of difficulties, whether recurrent or new, which are not always happily dealt with. The judgment under consideration is a very good illustration of this. A first commercial agency contract was concluded in 1991 between the companies Galliance, principal, and Inaudi, commercial agent, for the distribution of poultry-based food products. In 2005, this contract was terminated by a settlement agreement granting an indemnity of 480,000

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