France vs. SA Bossard Consultants, March 1998, Adm. Court, no 96pa00673N° 96PA00673

A subsidiary company, which paid royalties for a licence of a trademark to its parent company, could not deduct part of the sums paid as a temporary increase of the royalties by one point because it could not justify the benefit from the use of the trademark.

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SA Bossard Consultants, March 1998, Adm. Court, no 96pa00673