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The new amending decree of 25 March 2020 n°2020-306 has finally been published in the Journal Officiel de la République Française. What are its contributions?

The long-awaited amending decree of 25 March 2020 n°2020-306 was signed on 15 April 2020 and has just been published in the Journal officiel. For the record, the Decree of 25 March 2020 No. 2020-306 had defined the procedural deadlines related to the state of health emergency. In this respect, I had the opportunity to

Covid-19: A look at the modalities of application of procedural deadlines for construction, development and urban planning operations

The government has recently issued a series of 25 decrees, including one “on the extension of time limits during the period of health emergency and the adaptation of procedures during the same period” (Decree of 25 March 2020 No. 2020-306). This decree revisits the administrative and judicial procedural time limits applicable during the period of

Contradictions and uncertainties on the continuation of construction sites in the building and public works sector

At a time when the health crisis linked to the spread of the Covid-19 virus is affecting all sectors of activity, including the building and public works sector, it is appropriate to consider the consequences relating to the continuation of the activity of the construction sites in progress with regard to the applicable regulations. On

Cross-border divorces: Comparing the Hong Kong requirements of “grounds” and “facts” for divorce with the filing requirements in France.

Considering a Divorce in Hong Kong — Grounds and Facts In Hong Kong, there is only one ground for divorce:  that the “marriage has broken down irretrievably”.  To prove this ground, a party must establish at least one of five facts:  unreasonable behaviour, one-year separation with consent, two-year separation, desertion, or adultery. Unreasonable Behaviour To