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Details on Deadlines in Terms of Urban Planning and the Environment - Various Provisions in Terms of Deadlines to Deal with the COVID-19 Epidemic

A new ordinance n°2020-427 of 15 April 2020 on various provisions regarding deadlines for dealing with the covid-19 epidemic (the “Deadlines Ordinance of 15 April 2020”), presented to the Council of Ministers on 15 April, was published in the Official Journal on 16 April 2020, as it was eagerly awaited by real estate and construction professionals, as well as by the renewable energy sector. Indeed, their entire process (financing, notarial deeds, building sites) is affected by the health emergency period...

Public Procurement Code, Public Procurement Contracts and Other Public Contracts during the Period of COVID-19, What is the Situation?

The current health emergency has called for the introduction of derogating and temporary rules on public procurement, both in the field of awarding and executing public contracts, given the current difficulties of enterprises and other economic operators to carry out their services and contracts normally in a period of containment. In public procurement law, Ordinance No...

Extension of contractual deadlines expiring during the state of health emergency

Adopted as part of the measures supporting enterprises in the context of the Covid-19 crisis, the ordinance n° 2020-306 of March 25th, 2020 contains the following temporary provisions applicable to contractual deadlines:   SUSPENSION OF THE CONTRACTUAL STIPULATIONS SANCTIONING THE NON-PERFORMANCE OF AN OBLIGATION According to Article 4 of the ordinance: “Penalty payments, penalty clauses, termination clauses and acceleration clauses, the purpose of which is to sanction the non-performance of an obligation within a specified period of time, are considered not to have started running or to have taken effect, if that period has expired between 12 March 2020 and the expiry of a

Impact of the COVID-19 Outbreak on Real Estate Sales

This newsletter explains the consequences of the texts adopted by the government on the withdrawal period granted to the non-professional buyer (i), the fulfilment of the conditions precedent provided for in the sale commitment (ii) and the notarial deed of sale (iii).   (i) THE WITHDRAWAL PERIOD When the legal withdrawal period of 10 days which the non-professional purchaser has following the signature of a sale commitment (Article L. 271-1 of the Construction and Housing Code) expires between 12 March 2020 and the end of the state of health emergency to which a period of one month is added, i.e...
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