Notaires in France have a privileged status, but their competence and conduct can sometimes fall short of the standards required for such an important role.
The double tax treaty between the UK and France has prevailed over French national law in a case concerning residency status.
Sanctions are to be tightened against business owners who do not declare that their spouse works for the business.
Detached workers' regulations in France have been tightened up, and may yet still apply to the UK even after Brexit.
The government have announced that the law on the PUMA health charge is to be changed, but it is unlikely there will be further clarity for early retirees.
The pound to euro (GBP/EUR) exchange rate traded between interbank levels of €1.1059 and €1.1292 in September as Brexit continued to fuel sterling movements,...
A selection of properties for sale throughout France currently being advertised by private vendors on our website.
With the bill for the taxe foncière on the increase every year, it makes sense to set up a monthly direct debit with the tax office to spread the pain over the year.
A ruling in the French courts opens the way for more claims to be made over the liability of many international owners of French property to the social charges.
Property buyers in France are afforded legal protection against hidden or latent defects, but just how does this guarantee operate?
We are pleased to announce our new Guide to Driving in France.
The controversy over the PUMA health charge continues, with a case heard in the Constitutional Council leaving the status of the charge in some doubt.
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