CASE COMMENTS: RESTRICTIVE PRACTICES – INSUFICIENT NOTICE – INJUNCTION TO CARRY ON BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS – PROOF OF HARM

Termination of commercial relationships: The Paris Court of Appeal rules, after an interlocutory proceedings where it imposed to carry on the business for a period of two and half years, that the supplier suddenly terminated business relationships with its customers but refuses to condemn for compensation due to the absence of proof of harm to compensate (D’Anjou e.a. / L’Ammoniac Agricole e.a)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. This case gave rise to two procedural episodes opposing Société L'Ammoniac Agricole, a supplier of anhydrous ammonia, to its purchasers. Initially, after this company sent

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Mary-Claude Mitchell, Termination of commercial relationships: The Paris Court of Appeal rules, after an interlocutory proceedings where it imposed to carry on the business for a period of two and half years, that the supplier suddenly terminated business relationships with its customers but refuses to condemn for compensation due to the absence of proof of harm to compensate (D’Anjou e.a. / L’Ammoniac Agricole e.a), 20 May 2016, Concurrences Nº 3-2016, Art. N° 80839, p. 103

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