CASE COMMENT : RESTRICTIVE PRACTICES - SUDDEN BREAKING-OFF OF COMMERCIAL RELATIONSHIP - IMPUTABILITY OF THE BREAKING OFF AND OF THE CONTRACTUAL INFRINGEMENT IN WHICH IT ORIGINATES

Sudden breaking off of established commercial relationships: The Court of Cassation and the Montpellier Court of Appeal render decision on the sudden breaking of commercial relationship (Tramico c/ Decasport)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. CA Montpellier, 2nd floor, 22 January 2008, Sociétés Alex, SEG et EDL c/ Société Daimler Chrysler Trailer Axle Systems Southern Europe, RG 06/7448 CA Montpellier, 2nd floor, 9 February 2008, Société STIM c/ Société Visio Sys, RG 06/7980 Cass. com, 6 May 2008, Société Tramico v/ Société Decasport, No. 07-11.735 Three cases submitted respectively to the Montpellier Court of Appeal (22 January 2008 and 19 February 2008) and to the Court of Cassation, at the beginning of the year, have made it possible to clarify two important elements of interpretation of the notion of abrupt termination of established commercial relations, relating to the imputability of the

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Mary-Claude Mitchell, Sudden breaking off of established commercial relationships: The Court of Cassation and the Montpellier Court of Appeal render decision on the sudden breaking of commercial relationship (Tramico c/ Decasport), 6 May 2008, Concurrences N° 3-2008, Art. N° 20328, pp. 108-110

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