Fulfilling the notice period: The Paris Court of Appeal accepts that the author of a breach of an established commercial relationship may have the notice period granted to his partner executed by a third party (ISS Facility Services, G2M)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Is it possible for a person who has broken off an established commercial relationship to have a third party assume the execution of the notice period to be given to his partner? This interesting question was answered by the Paris Court of Appeal in its decision of February 23, 2022. The case was brought before the Court by two companies operating in the field of cleaning and maintenance of premises and equipment, ISS Propreté (the successor to ISS Facility Services) and G2M. Both companies had had business relations with Becton Dickinson, the first since 1998 and the second since 2005. In February 2012, Becton Dickinson informed G2M that it was launching

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Mary-Claude Mitchell, Fulfilling the notice period: The Paris Court of Appeal accepts that the author of a breach of an established commercial relationship may have the notice period granted to his partner executed by a third party (ISS Facility Services, G2M), 23 February 2022, Concurrences N° 2-2022, Art. N° 106567, pp. 135-136

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