CASE COMMENT: RESTRICTIVE PRACTICES - SUDDEN BREAKING OFF OF COMMERCIAL RELATIONSHIP

Breaking of commercial relationship: The Versailles Court of Appeal limits the right to break a commercial relationship (Monoprix/Chouard)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CAVersailles, 12th room, 15 March 2007, Monoprix c/ Ets Chouard In the context of this section, we have had the opportunity to regularly praise the pragmatism of the case law which, over the years, has established the conditions for defining the notion of abrupt termination of established commercial relations. The Versailles Court of Appeal ruling of 15 March 2007 goes somewhat against this trend. The case at the origin of this judgment involved Établissements Chouard, a supplier of small tooling equipment to Monoprix stores since 1947, and Monoprix SA, which was accused by the supplier of having abruptly severed the commercial relations established

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Mary-Claude Mitchell, Breaking of commercial relationship: The Versailles Court of Appeal limits the right to break a commercial relationship (Monoprix/Chouard), 15 March 2007, Concurrences N° 3-2007, Art. N° 13839, pp. 107-109

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