CASE COMMENTS: DISTRIBUTION - SELECTIVE DISTRIBUTION - MOTOR VEHICLE SECTOR - BREACH OF THE CONTRACT

Selective distribution : The Paris Court of Appeals considers that a supplier acts in good faith when he excludes a distributor who had refused an audit (Nabor Auto Confiance, Volkswagen)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. What remains of contractual solidarity in jurisprudence? Not much, if we read the decision handed down on 24 June 2015 by the Paris Court of Appeal in a context - the automobile - which was nevertheless the chosen terrain for the generous theses defended in the past by certain authors (see lastly D. Mazeaud, Un petit éclair solidariste dans le ciel de la rupture des contrats de distribution, D. 2013, p. 2617, note on Cass. com., Oct. 8, 2013). The facts of this case were part of a classic context of a breakup deemed abusive by the distributor. The dealer had been approved since 2002 by a car manufacturer for distribution and repair activities. In

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Nicolas Éréséo, Selective distribution : The Paris Court of Appeals considers that a supplier acts in good faith when he excludes a distributor who had refused an audit (Nabor Auto Confiance, Volkswagen), 24 June 2015, Concurrences N° 4-2015, Art. N° 76077, pp. 133-134

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