*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. On 4 July 2006, the Paris Court of Appeal handed down three judgements on appeal against decisions of the Competition Council, respectively in the horizontal road signage cases in the Picardie and Nord-Pas de Calais (n° 05-D-67), practices implemented by France Telecom in the broadband Internet sector (No. 05-D-59) and the serving the Lérins islands (n° 05-D-60). Of these three judgments, the first is the one that will be particularly noteworthy attention, in that the Paris Court of Appeal has upheld it, in a rather unexpectedly, at the request of one of the undertakings sanctioned by the Council of the acquisition of the statute of limitations in its
CASE COMMENT : LIMITATION PERIOD - PERIODS - INSTRUCTION
Prescription period : The Court of Appeal of Paris continues its restrictive reading of Article L. 462-7 of the Commercial Code stating that the response of a company involved in a written request for information from the rapporteur of the Council does not constitute acts tending to the investigation, detection or punishment facts older than three (5) years (UNIDOC)
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