New laws and changes in France: July 2020

Get to know the new laws and changes in France this July.
Get to know the new laws and changes in France this July.

From litter and drug use fines to the temporary unemployment scheme, here are the new laws and changes to note this month.

Litter fines rise

Fines for littering – including dropping face masks and cigarettes – are to rise from €68 to €135 in France this summer. A government decree is being prepared. The fines will start at €135, rising to €375 if they are not paid on time. They could even rise to €750 if the issue escalates ...

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