*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – CEPC, Opinion n° 08-02 of 7 February 2008 on practices followed in commercial relations between insurers and body repairers, and its attached charter. The use of codes of conduct to regulate commercial relations is a method used by many States (J. Watin-Augouard, "Codes of conduct: when Europe gives the lead", ILEC Bulletin, February 2001, No. 321). The French State, a dirigiste State par excellence, is no longer a real exception to this rule. Indeed, it increasingly encourages professionals to negotiate among themselves. Opinion 2008-02 is a good illustration of this phenomenon. Following tensions between insurers and body repairers, the Director
CASE COMMENT : RESTRICTIVE PRACTICES - COMMERCIAL PRACTICES - CODE OF GOOD PRACTICES - INSURANCE AND COACH REPAIRERS
Code of good practices: The CEPC Commission supports a code of good practices between the professional of insurance and automobile (Good practices between the professional of insurance and automobile)
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