Law on being a ‘working retiree’ in France

I have just sold my French business to a UK company who wish to retain me to work for them at gastronomic fairs and farmers’ markets. As I am living in France, and would like to continue working casually as a retraitée active, what is the law governing me working in this capacity? S.O.

As it is the French business that would be employing you, you would fall under French employment laws.

As to how you work, this largely depends on your choices and the options that are available to you. If you work only for the company, then the only status you have available is ...

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