CASE COMMENT: RESTRICTIVE PRACTICES - DISCRMINATORY PRATICES - MINISTRY STANDUS LOCI

Discriminatory practices: The Versailles Court of Appeal considers that the Ministry of Economy has no locus standi to apply on its own for contract nullity and damages according to Art. 6.1 ECHR (Galec)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CA Versailles, 12th Chamber, 3 May 2007, Le Galec v Ministre de l'Économie: Firstpart - Secondpart - Third part The succession of judicial episodes favourable to the Minister of the Economy in his hunt for supposedly restrictive practices in mass distribution has just come to a noticeable halt. The Court of Appeal of Versailles has just declared purely and simply inadmissible the action brought by the Minister against Galec, the central referencing centre of the Leclerc Group of stores, on the basis of Article L. 442-6 of the Commercial Code, before the Commercial Court of Nanterre. By this action, the Minister denounced the settlement agreements

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Mary-Claude Mitchell, Discriminatory practices: The Versailles Court of Appeal considers that the Ministry of Economy has no locus standi to apply on its own for contract nullity and damages according to Art. 6.1 ECHR (Galec), 3 May 2007, Concurrences N° 3-2007, Art. N° 13837, pp. 106-107

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