The County Court of Athens, through its no. 433/200 judgement, denied an application for precautionary measures against our principal by which he was asked to be obliged to dispossession of cars, trademarks and other chattels because of the termination of a commercial distribution agreement which has been conducted between the parties. Specifically, the Court held in its judgement that under the clause of article 288 of the Greek Civil Code, the application of which aims at the regulation of rights and obligations of the counterparties based on the requirements of good faith and fair practices at the time of their fulfillment, and in combination with the fact that the COVID-19 pandemic constitutes a reason which exceeds the will of the counterparties, as an unpredictable and inevitable fact even if extraordinary diligent and prudent measures had been taken, the one-year time-limit of warning for the contract’s termination was suspended from 11.03.2020 up to 31.05.2020 and therefore, the termination of the Authorized Distributor and Repairer agreements conducted between our client and the adversary produce its results from 18.08.2020, namely the contracts are extended for a period of time equal to the duration of the force majeure. Namely, the periods of time during which facts of force majeure took place and lasted, aren’t taken into account, as mentioned above, because as long as they last, they cause, ipso jure, suspension of fulfillment regarding the time when the legal consequences of contracts’ termination occur. This time is extended for a period of time equal to the fact’ s of force majeure duration.