Theft of goods in transit and its effects on the carrier’s liability still occupies an important place in the courtroom. The stakes are high: either the carrier is exonerated from liability because the theft is seen as a case of force majeure, if this is not the case, it will analyse the behaviour of the carrier to know it may oppose spending ceilings.
Since the law of 8 December 2009, called the ORTF law, gross negligence of Article L. 133-8 of the Commercial Code that involves awareness of the probability of harm and reckless acceptance, unnecessarily replaced the misconduct that the law defined as a case of extreme gravity, behaviour bordering on fraud and indicating the inability of the debtor to fulfil the service contract that he accepted.
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