Posts archive for April, 2020

Squat: what to do?

squat what to do

The case of this young man from Toulouse, whose house was squatted while he was confined to his parents' home, was covered by the media and made most people aware that the law, by dint of wanting, rightly so, to protect the weakest, can create absurd and dramatic situations. In case of squatting: what to do? As a reminder, on March 31, 2020, the newspaper La Dépêche reported the misadventure of this young boy, a student in Toulouse. He had gone to his parents' home in the Hautes-Pyrénées before the confinement and soon realized that an intruder was occupying his home in [...].

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How to ensure your resumption of activity thanks to the bailiff's report?

business recovery report

Whether you are a craftsman, a liberal profession, a company (whatever its size), here comes the end of containment and the resumption of activity. Let's see why it's in your best interest to have an activity resumption report drawn up. After the period of confinement, the resumption of activity may lead to a change in habits and a natural fear on the part of your customers and employees. The companies that can reassure their visitors and employees will be the ones most likely to be able to resume normal activity. Your bailiff will allow you, thanks to his expertise, to be able to [...]

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Electronic service of judicial officers' documents

Electronic Significance

Bailiffs are not (anymore?) the dusty characters described in popular imagery. On the contrary, they are, for the most part, at the cutting edge of modernity. Electronic service of documents, an essential tool for judicial officers living in the 21st century, is one of the tools they use on a daily basis. The episode of confinement at the beginning of the year 2020 made it possible to justify the interest for this mode of service. Electronic service: what the law says Decree 2012-366 of 15 March 2012 paved the way for electronic service, in accordance with the provisions of the [...].

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Divorce reform: the consequences in international law

divorce reform

From 1 September 2020, and in accordance with Decree 2019-1380 of 17 December 2019, the divorce reform will come into force. Among the major changes are the abolition of the petition and the non conciliation order. Indeed, the procedure will begin with the divorce summons, which is not without consequence in the case of international divorce. In domestic law, the writ of summons marks the beginning of the procedure, as recalled in the introduction. However, this is not the case in international matters. Indeed, it is the filing of the petition that brings the matter before the court. But what happens if the two [...]

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