CASE COMMENTS: DISTRIBUTION – NULLITY EFFECTS – INDEMNISATION

Pre-contractual obligation of information: The French Supreme Court rules on a request for nullity of a franchising contract for wrongful information and error based on breach of pre-contractual obligation of information and specifies effects (Casapizza)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. In a first case (Appeal No. 15-10029), the Court of Cassation agreed with the trial judges for having rejected the franchisee's request for the nullity of the franchise agreement on the grounds of fraud and error invoked in the context of the transmission of pre-contractual information. It noted that the trial judges had found that the franchisor had provided the

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Dominique Ferré, Pre-contractual obligation of information: The French Supreme Court rules on a request for nullity of a franchising contract for wrongful information and error based on breach of pre-contractual obligation of information and specifies effects (Casapizza), 21 June 2016, Concurrences Nº 4-2016, Art. N° 82062, p. 118

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