Supreme Court declares that a company’s consent to an inspection is only valid if the company has all the relevant information at its disposal

Competition Law

November 11, 2015

The ruling holds that the consent given by the company was invalid, since it had not been informed of the fact that the CNC had sought judicial authorisation to enter its premises, and that such request for authorisation was rejected by the judge on the grounds that the reason for the inspection had not been adequately proven.

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