*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Franchise and post-contractual non-competition clause* In 2013, after having renounced the renewal of his contract and left the franchise network for the sale of single-family houses in "ready-to-finish", a franchisee continued his activity in defiance of the non-competition clause with post-contractual effect stipulated in the contract. He then opposed the nullity of the clause to the former franchisor, plaintiff for the cessation of the competitive acts. The latter was dismissed by the first judges, and then by the Paris Court of Appeal, in a judgment dated 21 June 2017. Indeed, the judges of the court of first instance retained the nullity of the clause
ALERTS: UNFAIR COMMERCIAL PRACTICES - NON-COMPETITION CLAUSE - NULLITY
Non-competition clause: The Paris Court of Appeal clumsily affirms the nullity of the post-contractual non-competition clause (Mikit / 3R-33)
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