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Muslims and Chickens, n. Xavier Labbée under Trib. com. Lille, March 15, 2007, Le Dalloz October 11, 2007 n. 2518

Cass. civ. 1st, February 27, 2007 , n. Pierre Yves Gautier, Le Dalloz, June 14, 2007

Authenticity of a work of art, error of substance

Cass. civ. January 17, 2007, n. Denis Mazeaud and Philippe Stoeffel Munck, Le Dalloz, April 12, 2007, n ° 15, p. 1051-1055

property value, professional seller, reluctance, information

Cass. civ. 1st, March 21, 2006 , obs Bernard Bouloc, RTDE, October-December 2006, p. 907

Guarantee against hidden defects, prohibitive action, effects of the termination of the sale

REVIEWED DECISION (S):  Court of Cassation, First Civil Chamber, February 19, 2002, Husband Martin v Société Électricité de France (EDF),

AUTHOR (S):           Leveneur, Laurent

REFERENCE:   Consumption Competition Contracts, n ° 6, 01/06/2002, p. 20

KEYWORDS: Sale, supply of electricity, interruption, compensation for damage, loss of harvest

 

REVIEWED DECISION (S): Cass. 1st civ. July 12, 2001

AUTHOR (S): I. Omarjee                   

REFERENCE: Le Dalloz, June 27, 2002, n ° 25, Cahier de droit des affaires p. 2047                                             

KEYWORDS: Sales contractError or hidden defect                                              

Does not give a legal basis for its decision the court of appeal which, to reject the request of a purchaser for nullity of the sale for error on the substantial qualities of the vehicle sold, rules without seeking, as it has the obligation to do so under the terms of art. 12 para. 2 NCPC, if the action for annulment brought by the purchaser, who invokes, in support of his claim, defects making the vehicle unfit for circulation, should not be requalified as a warranty claim against hidden defects.

REVIEWED DECISION (S):   Court of Cassation, First Civil Chamber, October 16, 2001 , Compagnie La Suisse and others against Caisse Primaire d’Assurance Maladie (CPAM) of Lyon, Société Darty Rhône-Alpes and others, Juris-Data number 2001-011394

AUTHOR (S):      Leveneur, Laurent

REFERENCE:   Consumption Competition Contracts, n ° 2, 02/01/2002, pp. 11-12

KEYWORDS: Sale, installation, liability, gas explosion, obligation of result, gas stove, safety obligation, proof, causal link

DECISION: Paris               Court of Appeal 2 e ch.B September 7, 2000

AUTHOR (S): P.Brun                                                

REFERENCE: Le Dalloz, n ° 11, March 14, 2002, Summaries of Jurisprudence pp. 924                                             

KEY WORDS:  Sales law Sales   promise

The possibility for the purchaser to substitute for another purchaser, moreover by remaining guarantor of the payment of the price, is incompatible with the conclusion of a real estate sale contract, an instant contract which is realized by the agreement between the purchaser and the seller about the thing sold and the price.

DECISION (S) COMMENTARY (S):                              Supreme Court, 1 st Civil, 12 December 2000, tarahu against Ms. Ariitai

AUTHOR (S):                                                                       Youego, Christine

REFERENCE:                                                                     La Semaine Juridique, Company edition, n ° 50, December 13, 2001, pp. 2008-2012

KEY WORDS:                                                                   Mandate, sale, article 1596 of the Civil Code, purchaser, inability to contract

The sale to a person, beneficiary of a general power of attorney from the seller to sell his buildings in particular, is void for the sole consideration that it was made during the term of the mandate in violation of article 1596, paragraph 3 of the Civil Code.

REVIEWED DECISION (S): Paris             Court of Appeal, 2 nd Chamber B, September 7, 2000, Société Compagnie d’Investissement et de Gestion (CIG) v SARL MRTI

AUTHOR (S):                                                             Lemaire, Isabelle

REFERENCE: La Semaine juridique, Edition générale, n ° 48, November 28, 2001, pp. 2205-2207                                                         

KEYWORDS: Sale of immovable, unilateral promise of sale, nullity, lack of registration, purchaser, substitution                                                         

The possibility for the purchaser to substitute for another purchaser, moreover by remaining guarantor of the payment of the price, is incompatible with the conclusion of a real estate sale contract, an instant contract which is realized by the agreement between the purchaser and the seller about the thing sold and the price. As the co-contracting party has not entered into any commitment and in particular not that of settling the sale price, the disputed act constitutes only a simple promise to sell. The fact for this co-contracting party to have signed the deed and to have paid, on the same day, 10% of the sale price constitutes acceptance of the promise to sell. The act is void if it has not been registered within ten days.

REVIEWED DECISION (S): Cour de cassation, commercial chamber, June 27, 2000   

AUTHOR (S):                         Mestre, Jacques; Fages, Bertrand

REFERENCE:                                  Quarterly Review of Civil Law (RTD civ), n ° 3, July – September 2001, pp. 582 – 583

KEY WORDS:                                  Sale, formThe authentic instrument which reiterates a sale is exempt from formal defects affecting the private deed.

 

 

 

REVIEWED DECISION Court of Cassation, 3 rd Civil Chamber, October 11, 2000, SCI Le Lion de Belfort v SCI Villa Saint-Jacques and a

AUTHOR (S)            Malinvaud, Philippe

Reference            JCP G Semaine Juridique (general edition)  , n °            5  ,            31/01/2001  , pp.             257-261,  Case Law II 10465

KEYWORDS            Sale of building, sale in the future state of completion, transfer of ownership, obligation to construct, transfer of risks, delivery of constructed buildings, action for resolution for non-performance, res perit debitori, article 1138 of the Civil Code, articles 1601-1 to 1601-4 of the Civil Code, payment of the price, contracting authority, owner, article R 261-7 of the Construction and Housing Code (CCH)

 

 

REVIEWED DECISION Court of Cassation, Commercial Chamber, June 16, 1998 and June 29, 1999

Reference      JCP N Semaine Juridique (notarial and real estate edition)  , n °        14  ,            04/07/2000  , pp.             630

KEY WORDS            Real estate taxation ; collective clearance procedure; disposal of corporate assets; Insufficient price;

APPEALED DECISION Court of Cassation, Civil Chamber number 3, Caddéo v Poggio

AUTHOR (S)            Sizaire, Daniel

Reference            JCP N Semaine Juridique (notarial and real estate edition)  , n °        5  ,             04/02/2000  , pp.             232-233

KEYWORDS           Sale of building, unfinished building, guarantees, sale as is, sale of building to be constructed, hidden defects,

REVIEWED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Civil Chamber number 3, February 24, 1999

AUTHOR (S)            Najjar, Ibrahim

Reference            Recueil Dalloz Sirey  , n °        2  ,             13/01/2000  , pp.             38-38, Case law comments

KEYWORDS          Unilateral promise of sale, final sale, rescission action, time limit, time limit for exercising the action, lesion of 7/12 ths, beginning, synallagmatic promise, suspensive condition, retroactivity

APPEALED DECISION       Paris Court of Appeal, Chamber A number 1, June 02, 1999

AUTHOR (S)            Passa, Jérôme

Reference            Recueil Dalloz Sirey  , n °        37  ,             21/10/1999  , pp.             535-540

KEYWORDS            France, contract and obligations, condemnation of the Louvre Museum to return paintings to the heirs of owners despoiled during the occupation, exorbitant measures, nullity, spoliation, inheritance, departure abroad, provisional administrator, appointment, painting, sale auction, precarious detention, restitution, foreclosure statement

 

REVIEWED DECISION

Reference      JCP N Semaine Juridique (notarial and real estate edition), n 11, 03/19/1999, pp. 475-475

KEYWORDS   Sale of building, building land, easements must be indicated: Article 1602, immobilization allowance, electricity, Electricité de France (EdF) easement, cables, building permit

REVISED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Civil Chamber number 3, June 24, 1998, SNC Aménagement La Varenne le Beach v Abbadie ex officio

AUTHOR (S)            Kenfack, Hugues

Reference            Recueil Dalloz Sirey  , n °        27  ,             15/07/1999  , pp.             403-406

KEYWORDS            France, sale, promise to sell, condition precedent, default, building, previous promise, fulfillment, condition not fulfilled, exercise of the option, determined time limit, necessary research, articles 1176 and 1175 of the Civil Code

REVISED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Civil Chamber number, July 01, 1998, Husband Huchon v Municipality of Chaux-La-Lotière and others

AUTHOR (S)            Boy, Laurence

Reference            Recueil Dalloz Sirey  , n °        12  ,             25/03/1999  , pp.             170-172

KEYWORDS            France, Sale, training, offer to sell, restriction, express mention, sponsor, enforceability, article 1583 of the Civil Code, agreement on the item and on the price, binding nature of the offer, conditions of the offer, offer precise, strict supervision of reserves, security of transactions

 

REVISED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Civil Chamber number 3, June 24, 1998, SNC Aménagement La Varenne le Beach v Abbadie ex officio

Reference            Revue de Jurisprudence de Droit des Affaires (RJDA)  , n °            12 ,            01/12/1998  , pp.             1007-1008,            Decision 1341

KEYWORDS            France, common rules, promise to sell, execution, exercise of the option, deadline, distinction with the deadline for fulfilling a condition precedent

 

REVIEWED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Civil Chamber number 1, March 24, 1998, SA Magnien-Laguarrigue-Cairol MLC against Husband Lucas

AUTHOR (S)            Gross, Bernard

Reference            JCP E Semaine Juridique (company edition)  , n °            25  ,            06/18/1998  , pp.             996-999

KEYWORDS            Sale, wine, merchant, wine grower, sale for tasting or approval, article 1587 of the Civil Code, waiver, silence of the parties, sufficiency

 

APPEALED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Commercial Chamber, June 17, 1997, Société Satas v SA “At the Tomy Clothing Factory” and others

AUTHOR (S)            Labarthe Françoise

Reference            JCP E Legal Week (enterprise edition)  , No.            48  ,             27/11/1997  , pp.264-264,             Case 1022

KEYWORDS            France, business law, civil liability, contractual liability, sale, check-writing machine, advertising, tamper-proof checks, seller’s commitment, default, supplier

REVIEWED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Civil Chamber number 1, February 11, 1997, Gourichon and others against Régie Nationale des Usines Renault

AUTHOR (S)            Mouloungui, Clotaire

Reference            Recueil Dalloz Sirey  , n °        40  ,             13/11/1997  , pp.             536-535

KEYWORDS            France, civil law, sale, warranty against hidden defects, motor vehicle, car, fire, ignition device, defect

REVIEWED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Civil Chamber number 1, November 19, 1996, Pompilius v Nixdorf Computer

AUTHOR (S)            Huet, Jérôme

Reference            JCP G Semaine Juridique (general edition)  , n °            24  ,             11/06/1997  ,pp.289-290,  Case law number 22862

KEYWORDS            Sales contract, obligations of the parties, delivery, payment, pay the price, computer equipment, equipment inseparable from a set, modem

 

REVIEWED DECISION       Court of Cassation, Civil Chamber number 3, December 20, 1994, Léonard v Jarry

AUTHOR (S)            Mainguy, Daniel

Reference            JCP N Semaine Juridique (notarial and real estate edition)  , n °        13  , 03/29/1996  , pp.        501-503

AUTHOR (S)            Larroumet, Christian

Reference            JCP N Semaine Juridique (notarial and real estate edition)  , n °        9  , 01/03/1996  , pp.        345-347,             Case law, II

KEYWORDS            Compromise, synallagmatic promise of sale, sale of building granted by private deed, transfer of ownership of the building to the buyer on condition of reiteration of the promise by authentic instrument, disregard of the unilateral promise, transfer of delayed property, damages as sanction of the obligation to act, effect of the exercise of the option by the beneficiary of a unilateral promise to sell,

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