DISTRIBUTION: EXCLUSIVE SOURCING - TRANSFER OF BUSINESS - CONTRACTOR SUBSTITUTION - ENFORCEABILITY

Exclusive sourcing: The French Supreme Court recalls that no assumption of indivisibility applies to two contracts concluded within the same agreement and that it is necessary to obtain the transferor’s consent in case of a business transfer with contractor substitution (BDG / PM Bago)

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Didier Ferrier, Exclusive sourcing: The French Supreme Court recalls that no assumption of indivisibility applies to two contracts concluded within the same agreement and that it is necessary to obtain the transferor’s consent in case of a business transfer with contractor substitution (BDG / PM Bago), 25 March 2014, Concurrences N° 3-2014, Art. N° 68312, p. 106

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