*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Franchising is a formula for the reiteration of a commercial success sometimes sought after by those who claim to have obtained it. It then becomes a mirror to the larks... The legislator has mitigated this risk by the requirement to provide the prospective franchisee with precise information enabling him to assess whether the franchisor has successfully developed commercial know-how: seniority and experience of the franchisor, size and evolution of the network, etc... (Com. C., art. L. 330-3, R. 330-1). The information required by Article L. 330-3 of the French Commercial Code does not relate to the future of either the franchisor or the prospective
CASE COMMENTS: DISTRIBUTION – FRANCHISING – KNOW HOW – PRECONTRACTUAL INFORMATION – MARKET SURVEY – BUSINESS PLAN – SANCTION – COMPENSATION
Franchising – Precontractual information: French Courts of Appeal rules on the content of informations transmitted according to Article L. 330-3 of the French commercial code (Sur Mesure Minceur, Eurocom Systems, Al Conseils Immobiliers, Immobilière D.)
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