Official Gazette No. 0160 of July 11, 2012
Text No. 26
Decree No. 2012-870 of 10 July 2012 relating to the code of ethics of natural or legal persons in private security activities
The Prime Minister,
On the report of the Minister of the Interior,
Given the code of Homeland Security, in particular Article L. 632-1;
Pursuant to Law No. 75-1334 of 31 December 1975 as amended relating to subcontracting;
Having regard to Decree No. 2011-1919 of 22 December 2011 relating to the National Council of Private security activities and amending certain decrees implementing Law No. 83-629 of 12 July 1983, in particular Article 4;
Given the decision of the college of the National Council of Private security activities of 14 February 2012;
The Council of State (section inside) course
Enacts as follows:
Code of Ethics attached hereto is approved.
This Order is applicable to the whole territory of the Republic.
The Minister of the Interior and the Minister of Overseas are responsible, each in his case, the execution of this decree, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.
Article Code of Conduct person
CODE OF ETHICS OF NATURAL OR LEGAL PERSONS ENGAGED IN PRIVATE SECURITY
This Code of Ethics applies to all legal persons whose activities are governed by Book VI of the Code of Homeland Security as well as individuals whose activities are governed by the same rules, they act as leaders of society, including business associates or managers, people practicing individually or liberal, employees and trainees of a security company or private research or belonging to the internal department of a company. These people are trained actors of private security.
Any breach of the duties defined by this Code of Conduct outlines the author disciplinary sanctions provided for in Article L. 634-4 of the Code of Homeland Security, without prejudice to administrative measures and penalties provided by the laws and regulations.
This code is displayed prominently in any private security firm. A copy shall be given by the employer to an employee, his job, even for a specific mission. It is reported with reference to the employment contract signed by the parties.
This code is taught in the context of initial and continuing training for the trades of private security.
It can be referred to in the contracts with customers and constituents.
Chapter I: Homework common to all actors in the private security
Compliance with Laws
As part of their duties, the private security actors strictly respect the Bill of Rights of Man and Citizen, the Constitution and constitutional principles, all applicable laws and regulations, including traffic and professional and social legislation applicable to them.
Actors prohibit private security, even outside their practice, any act, practice, or behavior likely to discredit it.
In the professional setting, the actors of the private security should be in a perfect state of sobriety. They possess and consume alcoholic beverages or substances or prohibited by law or regulations on the site of the exercise of their drinks.
In all cases, the actors of the private security refrain to act contrary to the integrity, honor and dignity. They demonstrate discernment and humanity.
They act with professionalism and ensure acquire and maintain their skills through any training required.
Respect and loyalty
The actors of the private security show them respect and loyalty. In this spirit, they seek a friendly settlement of any dispute.
They prohibit unfair competition and any business disparagement liable to harm a colleague or to replace a task that has been entrusted to him. This principle does not preclude the disclosure of all the relevant regulatory violations or failure ethical utilities.
Subject as provided or permitted by law, private security actors adhere to strict confidentiality of information, technical procedures and practices which they come across in the course of their business.
They will not make any use of material or information to internal character which they have knowledge in the exercise of their duties with a former employer or supervisor, unless prior approval of the latter agreement.
Prohibition of violence
Except in the case of self-defense under Articles 122-5 and 122-6 of the Criminal Code, the private security actors should never use violence, even light.
When an actor of private security in the performance of his duties, can not solve a dispute amicably with a third party that does not want to submit to checks and controls carried out legally, he should call the police or gendarmerie territorially competent.
An actor of private security apprehending the perpetrator of a crime or a flagrant offense punishable by imprisonment pursuant to Article 73 of the Code of Criminal Procedure can not hold the defendant without notify the police or gendarmerie territorial jurisdiction without delay. Before presentation to the police or gendarmerie, arrested person remains under the supervision and protection of the person who has challenged. It must then be subjected to any violence or humiliation or treatment contrary to human dignity. If the state of the arrested person requires care, private security actors should immediately appeal to competent medical services.
Without prejudice to the provisions relating to weapons and when performing their duties in contact with the public, private security guards should carry no object, including any jewelry, which could cause injury to a third party.
With the exception of those which the law provides that they may be armed, the private security actors may acquire, hold, carry or carry a firearm in the performance of their duties and shall refrain in their communication screws -à-vis any potential customer, to imply that they are armed with weapons of any class whatsoever, during the execution of services.
Prohibition to exercise public authority
Actors should avoid private security by their behavior and their communication confusion with a public service, including the police.
Prohibited the use of logos or signs incorporating features and colors similar to those ID documents issued by public administrations as well as anything that can create or maintain any confusion with a depository service of public authority.
The actors of the private security can not, in their communication vis-à-vis the public, rely on a past or present relationship with a depository service of public authority. With respect to third parties, they can not state missions or delegations that their government would not have been entrusted by them.
They shall refrain from any equipment, including sound and light alarms for vehicles, capable of creating such confusion.
Relations with public authorities
The actors of the private security maintain fair and transparent relations with public administrations.
Their statements from them are sincere. They respond promptly to all requests from governments.
They shall respond to the summons of the judiciary, police or gendarmerie.
The actors of the private security work honestly and spontaneously their control by governments, authorities and authorized bodies. They allow, in accordance with the laws and regulations relating to the protection of privacy and secrets they protect, consultation, immediate or as soon as possible of any part claimed in their original version. They facilitate the copy of these documents by the officers.
Chapter II: Duties of companies and their leaders
Checking the ability to exercise
Companies and their leaders are prohibited from using or ordering, even for a short time, security personnel and research does not meet the professional qualifications or not having valid permissions to perform their tasks.
They ensure the right skills in the tasks assigned.
Instructions and controls
Leaders refrain from giving their employees, either directly or through their officers, orders that would lead not to comply with this Code of Ethics.
They ensure the formulation of orders and clear and precise instructions to ensure proper execution of missions.
General instructions, circulars and general guidelines of private security and those relating to functions performed, the employees must be implemented in the exercise of their functions is grouped in a reminder, written in French, in an easily understandable style . The employee must be aware of every change and justify by signature. The flag should be placed at the disposal of the agents in the business premises. It can only be accessed by staff involved in the design and execution of missions and, without delay, by the officers of the National Council of Private security activities. This handbook contains no specific reference to a client or a mission.
Managers ensure the proper execution of missions, including through regular spot checks. In this context, leaders establish and maintain a register of internal controls.
Companies and their leaders ensure the provision of their officers material means to ensure their safety and to fulfill their missions, including those required by the regulations.
They ensure the proper working of these materials, which must be checks and maintenance required in accordance with the regulations and requirements of the manufacturers. To this end, the books instructions for use and maintenance of equipment security companies are maintained. The lack of maintenance of equipment provided by a customer must be reported to him immediately.
Honest business practice
Companies and their leaders prohibit soliciting clients using methods or means going against the dignity of the profession and likely to harm his image.
They will not give rise to any ambiguity about the nature of the proposed, particularly with regard to the principle of exclusive activities defined in Article L. 612-2 of the Code of Homeland Security, which prohibits private security actors any activity unrelated to the mission of private security as well as the combination of some private security activities.
They inform, prior to the signing of any contract of service or mandate, contractors, customers or constituents of the legal impossibility of using the agents assigned to the execution of said service to perform, even partially, of other duties as specified in the contract.
Transparency on the reality of previous activity
A company or an officer can not rely, in its communication to any potential customer, the provision of a service for which he was called to sub-contractors, or the provision of a service for which acted as a subcontractor, without explicitly mentioning them.
Duty to advise
Companies and their leaders undertake to inform and seriously and honestly advise the client or potential client. They will not offer him an offer to provide disproportionate to its needs.
They provide the necessary explanations to the understanding and appreciation of the planned or running services.
Refusal of illegal benefits
Companies and their leaders refrain from proposing a provision contrary to this code of ethics, even in response to a call for tenders, a contest or a consultation with a specification clauses which might be harmful.
They will not accept and maintain commercial, sustainable or successive relationship based on abnormally low prices of services not to respond to, legal obligations including social.
Ability to deliver
Companies and their leaders conclude a service contract or accept a mandate that if you know how to satisfy the exercise of specific professions concerned legal obligations from the beginning of execution.
When they no longer meet the legal requirements for their activities of private security, particularly in the case of suspension or withdrawal of authorizations and approvals related, they must promptly inform their customers or constituents.
They maintain insurance guaranteeing their responsibilities on the basis of a fair assessment of all risks.
They will not give potential customers any incorrect about their abilities and both human and material means at their disposal.
They undertake to adjust the number and scope of missions they accept their skills, their knowledge, their own possibilities for intervention, means that they can implement directly or indirectly, and that 'specific requirements implied the importance and place of execution of these missions.
Transparency on outsourcing
Companies and their leaders offer in their contracts with customers as well as contracts between them, a transparency clause stating whether the use of one or more sub-contractors or employees is considered liberal or not.
If the use of sub-contracting or the liberal collaboration is envisaged upon signature of the contract, they inform their customers of their right to know the contents of contracts or subcontracting liberal cooperation projected. To this end, the transparency clause recalls reproducing in full, the provisions of Articles 1, 2, 3 and 5 of Law No. 75-1334 of 31 December 1975 on subcontracting. If it is not provided for the signature of the contract, the use of sub-contracting or the liberal collaboration can only occur after written customer information.
At the conclusion of a contract or subcontract liberal collaboration, private security companies must ensure compliance of its subcontractors or employees liberals, social rules, fiscal and on the prohibition of illegal work under this contract.
Any sub-contracting or liberal collaboration can occur only after verification by the company donor about the validity of the approval of the subcontractor private security approvals of its leaders and associates and business cards of its employees who will be required to perform the services under this contract.
Leaders of private security to ensure that contracts with their customers contracts define precisely the conditions and performance of the service means.
Chapter III: Duties of employees
Presentation of the business card
Employees must be able to present their business card to any customer demand, constituents or authorities and authorized bodies. They prove their identity to the authorities who have to learn, or immediately, if possible, in the shortest possible time.
Employees are required to immediately inform their employer changes, suspension or revocation of their business card, a criminal conviction becomes final, the change in their status under the laws and regulations governing the work of foreign nationals, or suspension or withdrawal of their license when necessary for the performance of their duties.
When they know they should inform their employer of any defect, malfunction or exceed the validity date of any equipment or device at their disposal for the performance of their duties.
Employees behave at all times with respect and dignity towards the public. They act with tact, diplomacy and courtesy. In the exercise of their duties, they prohibit any familiarity to others and discrimination, that is to say, any distinction based particularly on origin, sex, marital status, pregnancy, appearance physical, patronymic, state of health, disability, genetic characteristics, lifestyle, sexual orientation, age, political or trade union, membership or non-membership, real or supposed, an ethnic group, nation, race or religion.
The employee in contact with the public should ensure the correction of her outfit and wearing distinctive signs and equipment provided by the laws and regulations, regardless of the circumstances.
Chapter IV: Specific duties for certain activities
Section 1: Profession liberal private research
Respect for the fundamental interests of the nation
Natural or legal persons engaged in private research to ensure that their investigations are not likely to contravene the laws and regulations protecting the fundamental interests of the nation or trade secrets, including materials science, industrial, commercial, economic, financial or concerning national defense. Otherwise, they prohibit engage or continue, directly or indirectly, and inform their customer or client.
Prevention of conflict of interest
Natural or legal persons engaged in private research may be the service more than one client or client in the same matter if there is a conflict or serious potential for conflict between the interests of its customers or constituents.
They shall refrain from conduct the business of all clients or constituents concerned when there is a conflict of interest when the privilege may be violated or when their independence may be impaired.
They can not accept an assignment from a new customer or principal mission if the confidentiality of the information given by a client or former client may be violated or when the business knowledge of the latter would promote new customer or client.
When officers private research sole practitioners are members of an exercise group or pool of resources, the provisions of the preceding three paragraphs shall apply to the group as a whole and all its members.
Natural or legal persons engaged in private research ensure that service contracts or written mandates define the mission and vested the legal framework within which it operates. If circumstances require, they shall ensure that the client or the client an extension of their mission. Failing agreement between the provider of private research and client or principal, fees or prices for services are set according to use, depending on the difficulty of the mission, the costs incurred and the procedures performed. Natural or legal persons engaged in private research inform their customer or client, upon referral, and periodically thereafter, the method for determining fees and prices and the likely evolution of their amount. Where applicable, the information contained in the fee agreement. Fee or a flat price can be agreed. The advance on costs and fees can not go beyond a reasonable estimate of the fees and probable disbursements incurred by the mission.
Natural or legal persons engaged in private research ensure that contracts differ missions that fall under the obligation of result of those under the obligation. They are accountable for the performance of their duties at the request of their customers or constituents and provide them with copies of the documents, records or reports relating thereto whatever the result of their mission.
Natural or legal persons engaged in private research lead their mission to its conclusion, unless the customer or client in the discharge. If they decide not to pursue the mission, the customer or client is informed in good time so that their interests are safeguarded.
Natural or legal persons engaged in private research hold, at any time, for each mission, a clear and distinct statement of the fees, any amount received and the assignment that was given them, unless overall package .
Before any final settlement, they rely on their customer or client a detailed account. This account clearly shows his costs and expenses, fees and fee-based fees. It shall state the amounts previously received as an advance or any other title.
Section 2: canine Activity
Respect for animals
The canine officer is prohibited ill-treatment of the animal and ensure that it is, in all circumstances, in a state of proper care and cleanliness.
Made July 10, 2012.
By the Prime Minister:
The Minister of the Interior,
The Minister of Overseas
Code of Ethics
Presentation and referencesArticle 1 -.. PURPOSE This order paper called professional Code of Ethics of Private Detectives declared Agents Research is established and presented by leading professional organizations representing the regulated Private Research Agent profession. All trade unions representing the profession of Private Detective-Agent Research in accordance with the laws and regulations. This code is accepted by all the members of these professional organizations that represent most of the real professionals declared private research on the entire national territory of Metropolitan and Overseas as constituting de facto if not de jure, a national code of professional ethics code means and legitimate law of the parties. It is in fact and in law, in accordance with current legislation and case law thereunder, the collection of laws and regulations governing the declared private Agent Research under the provisions of Law No. 80 Profession - 1058 of December 23, 1980 and its implementing Decree No. 81-1086 of December 8, 1981. To condense into a single document it is to en-seems the rules governing the profession and to advocate further tending to moralize and value by providing better guarantees both professionals and applicants, their constituents. It defines the occupation of the detective-Agent Research in relation to administrations. It indicates what should be the qualities of a good practitioner and conditions of exercise of the profession and the rights and obligations of the detective-Agent Research and its principal. It specifies the set of rules that must govern relations practitioners with the administration, with colleagues and with the applicants. It takes into account the usages, customs and traditions and harmonizes the practice of the profession and respect for moral values. It indicates the remedies in case of dispute, dispute or litigation. Article 2 - Detective USE All-Agent Research practicing the profession and regularly reported as such at the prefecture under its jurisdiction and social administrations and fiscal holds a duty to adhere to this Code of Conduct commitments, even if belongs to a professional organization or non-adherent if French is a member of any professional organization. In case of dispute or litigation, any mandated, as any client, can take advantage of the said Code of Ethics to professional organizations, members or not, as to the administrative, civil, criminal or industrial tribunal. Article 3 - CANCELLATION PRIOR DOCUMENTS This Code of Ethics supersedes all similar documents previously published and disseminated by professional organizations signatories to this Code of Ethics as well as professional organizations from which they originate.
RIGHT-ECONOMIC MINISTRY OF ECONOMYRanking qualification. Article 4 Classification of occupations and socio-professional categories Jobs company employees PCS-INSEE. Ministry of Social Affairs and National Solidarity. (1983 edition) Group 5 - Class 53 - Agents Monitoring Section 5317 - Security guards, surveillance Article 5 List of activities and products: Decree No. 73-1036 of November 9, 1973. Class 77 - Activities of education, advice and assistance. Group 7714 - Miscellaneous services rendered mainly to enterprises. The 1973 Decree replaces Decree No. 59-534 of 09.04.59 (OJ of 16 April 1959 amending OJ of 23 April 1959 and 9 July 1959) comes into force on 1 January 1960. Section 93 - Justice, court officers, police litigation. Group 937 - Section 937-0 - Private Police surveillance. Subtopic 937-01 - Research Bureau (SAI) Subtopic 937-02 - Private Police - Guard property Subtopic 937-03 - Vigils, building monitoring, shops LAW OFFICE -. MINISTRY OF SECURITY SOCIAL Rank Group professionals. Article 6 - Code of Social Security and Mutuality. Book VIII - Title l 7 8 - Chapter I. - Articles L. 645 and L. 651. Decree No. 77-1419 of 15 December 1977 (in study discount). See also Decree No. 56-1320 of 27 December 1956 Law No. 74-1094 of 24 December 1974 Decree No. 75-773 of August 21, 1975 Decree No. 75-1109 of 2 December 1975 Decree No. 77-83 of January 7, 1977 Decree No. 77-1419 of 15 December 1977 Law No. 78-2 of January 2, 1978 Law No. 78-49 of 19 January 1978 Circular of June 27, 1978 TAX LAW MINISTRY OF ECONOMY AND FINANCE rank taxable business activities. Article 7 N ° 1332 - Table A.2 - Imposition of tax on the 30th. Qualification: Private Police - holding a private detective agency. Act No. 75-678 of 29 July 1975 abolishing the license and establishing a business tax (OJ of 31 July 1975, pages 7763-7766). Decree No. 75-975 of 23 October 1975 adopted for the application of Law No. 75-678 (OJ No 249 of 25 October 1975, pages 11004-11006). Act No. 77-616 of 16 June 1977 the landscaping business tax (OJ No 139 of 17 June 1977, page 3279). LEGISLATIVE AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW MINISTRY OF INTERIOR AND MANAGEMENT DECENTRALIZATION REGULATORY AND LITIGATION . Article 8 of Law No. 891l September 28, 1942 as amended by Order of August 9, 1944 on the restoration of legality-blicaine reputation on the mainland (OJ No 65 of 10 August 1944). Article 9 Law No. 80-1058 of 23 December 1980 amending Law No. 891 of 28 September 1942 regulating the practice of the profession of director and manager of private agencies-search tasks (OJ # 300 25 and December 26, 1980, page 3046). Article 10 of Decree No. 81-1086 of December 8, 1981 repealing the 9th Févier 1977. Article 11 Ministerial Circular No. 83-64 of 1 March 1983 the Min-ister of State, Minister of Interior and Decentralization, superseding the circular n ° 159 of 20 March 1967 No. 361 of 7 August 1967 n ° 69-487 of 3 November 1969 No. 72-406 of 1 August 1972 n ° 78-04 of January 3, 1978. Article 12 of Decree No. 477 of 7 April l956 the High Commissioner in Polynesia. NOTE: It should be noted for the record that Decree No. 81-1086 of December 8, 1981 repealed the previous Decree No. 77-128 of 9 February l977 to Metropolitan France and the Decree No. 47-632 of 8 April l947, lapsed regulated in Algeria, the exercise of the profession. CIVIL AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE MINISTRY OF Doctrine of French law and its application. Article 13 CIVIL CODE - Title XIII - Chapters l °, II, III and IV - the Mandate, nature and forme.Les items 1984 to 2010 apply to the occupation. Article 14 - PENAL CODE Solicitor Book TroisièmeTitre I - Chapter IV - Section IV - Section 150 Title I - Chapter IV - Section V - Section 161 Part II - Chapter I - Section VII - Articles 363 to 366 Part II - Chapter I - Section VII - S / Section II - Section 378 guaranteed individual rights of citizens: Law No. 70-643 of 17 July 1970 to strengthen the warranty rights of individual citizens (OJ of 17 July 1970, pages 6751-6761 ) and establishing the Article 9 of the Civil Code and 368 of the Penal Code Computer and Freedoms. Act No. 78-774 of 17 July 1978 relating to data processing and freedoms (OJ of 23 July 1978, pages 2906 and 2907). misconception in the public mind: Article 144, paragraph 2 of the Criminal Code relating to uses that may cause misunderstanding in the minds of the public securities and theft functions. Article 259 of the Criminal Code relating to theft and securities functions. EUROPEAN LAW AS A COUNCIL OF EUROPE Article 15 Treaty of Rome of March 25, 1957 - Article 56. European Economic Community. Directive of the Council of European Communities of 12 January 1967 on the establishment of nationals residing in the EEC countries <FRENCH COMMUNITY LAW Article 16 Agreements established between France and the United Overseas Francophones of June 27, 11, 15 and 17 August 1960. INTERNATIONAL LAW International MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS Ranking profession. Article 17 of the Geneva Convention of 13 March 1977. Article 18 of Decree No. 80-605 of 21 July 1980 on the publication of the list of the World Organization of Intellectual Property for trademark registration with legal implications and applications: List A - Class 311 - Order No. 42 - Detective Agencies.
2 - DEFINITIONS AND GENERAL PROVISIONSDEFINITION OF DETECTIVE - PRIVATE RESEARCH OFFICER Article 19 -. DEFINITION OF THE PROFESSION The profession is defined and recognized as a way of-ficial by the legislation in force in the fundamentals of French law in economic, social, fiscal, administrative , union and professional. - Under the term accurate DETECTIVE, using the nomenclature of jobs in the Ministry of Labour and the National Institute of Statistics and Economic Studies, the reference security officer of the private sector. It is thus categorized Activities Studies, Consulting and Support by Decree No. 73-1036 of November 9, 1973, under reference number 7714 various services primarily to businesses. - In addition to the definition of professional qualification, under the Treaty of Rome of 25 March 1957 and the legislation of the European community resulting from the application of Decree No. 80-605 of 21 July 1980, it must also be given to the international classification and the specific name defined in No. 31l of the list of services of the World Organization of Intellectual Property in trademark registration which ranks agencies of the profession: AGENCIES DETECTIVES. - Law No. 891 of 28 September 1942, as amended and not ex-pressly approved by the order of August 9, l944, regulations lying exercising the profession of director and manager AGENCIES PRIVATE RESEARCH. This law was in fact a decree published in wartime. - Decree n ° 77-128 of February 9, 1977 repealed by that of December 8, 1981 applied to the previous law of 1942 to confirm the regulation of the practice of the profession of director and manager PRIVATE AGENCIES RESEARCH. - Law n ° 80-1058 of 23 December 1980 changes the title of the 1942 Act as follows: Act regulating the practice of the profession of director and manager of private research agencies. - Decree No. 81-1086 of 8 December 1981 on the exercise of the activity of private research agencies making applicable the previous Act of 1980 provides a new regulatory Detectives-Agents Research called administratively: AGENTS PRIVATE RESEARCH - Ministerial Circular No. 83-64 of l March 1983 of the Minister of State, Minister of Interior and Decentralization, specifies the conditions for implementation of this law and its decree. Article 20 - REGULATIONS The Detectives-Agents Research as defined in the previous section are required to report administratively to the Prefecture of their jurisdiction under the provisions of Decree No. 81-1086 of December 8, 1981 for the year. their occupation coded according to law n ° 80-1058 of 23 December 1980 entitled regulating the exercise of the activity of private agents Research Act. This law amends and Law No. 891 of 28 September 1942. The provisions of the above-mentioned decree of 8 December 1981 are implemented by the Ministerial Circular No. 83-64 l March 1983 in order to moralize the profession in the context of its development in the country, in harmony with members of the European Communities. Article 21 -. FOREIGN exercise of the profession of detective-Agent Re-search is allowed to any French citizen or national of a Member State of the European Communities, subject to international conventions. Article 22 -. FORMER POLICE Police officers who had quality ti-tulaires, retired to their administration, or ceased their duties, must request and obtain permission from the Minister of the Interior under section 2 of the Act of 28 September 1942 changed. They must refrain from making state in their publications, correspondence and dealings with the public, in their capacity as former police officers. The obligation to request authorization from the Minister of the Interior does not apply to former members of the RCMP or former officers who served as auxiliary or temporary or contract basis.
Quality and condition of practitionerArticle 23 - QUALITY PRACTITIONER Is legally deemed practitioner specifically for private research, under the French legislation, in line with the legislation of the European Communities under the Treaty of Rome of 25 March 1957, with all of said detective a prefecture as Agent Private Research defined as a worker or self-employer in its qualification in law Economic, Social, Fiscal, Administrative, Civil and Criminal, Trade Union and Professional, which has regular main occupation and paid for the specific course of business. To make this exercise, the detective-Agent Research must have an office in the form of individual or collective enterprise that manages, or administers as precise business address located in a specific place where he received the applicants and all third parties. This office must be located in a local told professional use in accordance with the Code of rents and condominium. Detective-Agent Research may also exercise his profession as an independent in the service of one or more colleagues with an office under the conditions specified above. He can still perform this occupation as an employee in the service of an employer colleague in the conditions determined by the Labour Code. Any member of the profession defined in its qualifying draws together the most important resources for its existence or a set of complementary and subsidiary to the existence resources, according to the doctrine of the French Republican National Constitution which defines the performance of activities of these professionals as seen by the practice of a science or an art that requires for the person who has possession of intellect and personal talent, within a profession that aims to the provision of services consist of paid vacations by provisions on fees and miscellaneous expenses arising therefrom, constitute an obligation of means and not of results under the constant jurisprudence, without any subordination can be found between the person exercising the profession of private research and that of the applicant on behalf of which it is performed. All of this definition of quality and condition is a socio-professional group whose technical legal identity is deemed free and independent. Article 24 - CONDITION OF FORMAL All Private detective said Research Officer, regardless of gender or nationality, a member of the European Economic Community State is considered to meet the requirements set by legislation and case law, as permanent, temporary or intermittent, provided that: - to be major - to have a level of education equivalent to at least a bachelor's degree and good general knowledge based on legal, theoretical and practical knowledge. Minimum instruction can be gained by school or university or personal studies and maintained. The training may be provided in one or more branches: - not to be placed under curatorship or guardianship - not to have been adjudged bankrupt - not to be in receivership or liquidation - to have incurred no convictions under Articles l5 and l6 of the decree of February 2, 1853 as amended by Act of May 9, 1951 and that of 30 March 1955 which opposes the registration on the electoral lists of individuals who have suffered, subject changes introduced by Law No. 85-1407 of 30 December 1985 entry into force on 1 February 1986. Only entitled to legal professional qualification Detective-Agent Research individuals regularly reported as Agent Private Research from a prefecture in accordance with the regulations. The directors or managers of private research agencies, self-employed staff offices must also be registered as such at the URSSAF their region as well as various mandatory social security funds and services tax. Employees, as reported by the agency which employs the service regulations of the Prefecture of spring agency must be properly declared as such in near-mandatory social organizations. Article 25 - DEFINITION OF OCCUPATION The collect on behalf of applicants occupation Detective-Agent Research aims - Natural or legal persons - private or confidential information public order, of different natures or constitute material evidence or presumption in the same subjects, according to the regulations in the law and respect for morality, for the purpose of determining, as far as possible, the manifestation of truth or allow the taking of evidence or the presumption by producing hidden elements and, if necessary, to any relevant jurisdiction defined by the Code of the French and European judiciary.
General ProvisionsArticle 26 - QUALITIES REQUIRED PRACTITIONER Double need to defend the honor and independence of practitioners and also to give them the authority and the necessary guarantees in the context of moral and recovery professional requires them guarantees defined by the following qualities: - Competence and professional awareness. - Repute, integrity and dignity. - Independence of mind and incorruptibility. Article 27 - DUTIES OF PRACTITIONER The Detectives-Agents Research will include: - Develop knowledge constantly, not only professional, but also to promote the general scope and safety of their judgment. - Give all their attention and time to each case reviewed and company to acquire sufficient certainty before making a written, dated and signed report authenticating the accuracy of the findings and conclusions of sincerity to be established. - Give their opinion without regard to the wishes and requirements of people who consult and decide objectively if making reservations on the scope of the results. - Never make a commitment may hinder or prevent the free exercise. - Consider that their independence should be preserved at all times as the essential foundation of the rights and obligations of the practitioner. - To impose absolute respect for the professional and the utmost discretion secret. Article 28 - OBLIGATIONS OF THE PRACTITIONER The Detectives-Agents Research respect the following obligations. - Obligation to sign a contract term for any mission, except in case of major failure. - Obligation to Detective-Agent Research, director or manager of an agency to employ only staff consistently reported in the prefecture. - Obligation to Detective-Agent Research to provide, at the request of the client, a written report, detailed, dated and signed by the head of agency under the reserves set out in Article 83 following. - Obligation to include in its report the facts, even secondary or insignificant, may be useful to justify the performance of the mission. - Obligation to provide a detailed statement of fees and expenses. Article 29 - The Detectives CEASE-Agents Research respect prohibitions include: - Prohibition establish a biased report or a certificate of convenience to a customer. - Prohibition of the use of any specific tricks to discredit or disrepute to the profession. - No use of any misleading advertising or deceptive illusion. - Prohibition of any payment or acceptance of money from illegal practitioners. - Prohibition of any act to obtain an unlawful benefit. - Prohibition to give any ease whatsoever to any person engaged in the illegal practice of the profession. - Prohibition of trickery between practitioner. The trickery is, by definition, secret understanding between two or more persons to injure one or more others. - Prohibition of damaging the honor of the profession or of one of its members by written statements or conferences. - Prohibition to provide, directly or indirectly, any personal identifiers may be used for the above purposes.
Practice of the professionArticle 30 - The Detective AGENCIES RESEARCH-Agent Research operates either alone or in association or society. The individual or individuals responsible for a company operating in a primary or secondary research activity should (must) be stated (s) at the prefecture spring as agent (s) of research, personal name, to excluding any pseudonym or as impersonal. Article 31 - MULTIPLE AGENCIES UNDER THE SAME NAME OR EVEN NAME The Detective-Agent Research can, in principle, have a single lead agency to which he must give all his attention. Possible secondary agencies must be directed by a practitioner as defined in Articles 23 and 24. Article 32 - A ASSOCIATIONS Association Detectives-Agents Research working together is not permitted to rely if the administrative declaration of each is effectively recognized and defined. Otherwise, the benefit of these provisions is removed this association. SPOUSES AND AGENCY EMPLOYEES Article 33 - JOINT Joint Detectives-Agents Research who have professional activity within the agency, must be reported as well as the research agency employees and employees must comply with provisions of this Code of Ethics. Article 34 - INDEPENDENT AGENCY WORKERS CONTRIBUTORS agency employees who freelance status are subject to the same rules as branch managers. Article 35 - STAFF AGENCY EMPLOYEES The employees of an agency engaged in research activities are subject to the general rules laid down in this Code of Ethics. However, salaried employees may be foreign nationals, although not members of the European Community. Employees with a business agent research must be reported by the employer to the service regulations of the Prefecture of spring the agency which employs them by letter headed the agency accompanied by an individual record of civil-status and justification of residence. The administrative staff of an agency with no agent activity research is not subject to the reporting prefecture. Article 36 - All NICKNAME Detective-Agent Research using a pseudonym for his professional activities or activities relating thereto is required to make a declaration at the office of the professional organization and the service regulations of the prefecture he issued the receipt of exercise declaration. The alias can be a symbol or mark, or both combined, which may, as such, be deposited at the National Institute of Industrial Property.
INCOMPATIBILITYArticle 37 - ACCUMULATED ACTIVITIES INCOMPATIBLE WITH THE PROFESSION functions Detective-Agent Research are incompatible with any occupation likely to impair their independence, in particular, the combination with activities that are likely to harm the profession and may not enforce secrecy or professional secrecy missions requested by the applicants in the spirit of Article 378 of the Penal Code. Article 38 - TOTALS WITH PROHIBITED CERTAIN PROFESSIONS Prohibited the totals with private monitoring, guarding and transportation of funds, as defined by the law n ° 83-629 of 12 July 1983 regulating the business. Article 39 - TOTALS SPECIFICALLY PROHIBITED Particularly prohibited cumulation with the activities of an officer or employee of a nationalized company, director, manager or employee of a marriage agency or dating, a pub, a restaurant, a hotel or a circle games, and all activities related to clairvoyance or divination. Article 40 - TOTALS EXPRESSLY PROHIBITED are expressly prohibited under the legislation of the Labour Code, the cumulative pensions, salaries and public functions of a job with a private activity. (Act of October 29, 1936).
DUTIES AND OTHER WORKSArticle 41 - MONEY POLICY OR ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTION It is prohibited for any detective-Agent Research completing or completed a political mandate or has held an administrative function to use for business advertising purposes. Article 42 - Work EXPERTISE expertise are allowed only if the expert qualifications were recognized by the competent judicial authorities. Article 43 - EXPERTS A detective-Agent Research can not rely on as an expert if he can justify the recognition of such by the competent judicial authorities. A detective-Agent Research can be a member of a commission to any department or Secretary of State in the framework of the law and the profession in relation to the national union spirit defined by the Labour Code . Article 44 - ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL WORK The Detectives-Agents Research DOCUMENTATION can indulge in all the work and studies of economic and social documentation on behalf of private companies and government agencies. Article 45 - COURSES AND CONFERENCES The Detectives-Agents Research can provide courses and conferences on topics relating to the exercise of the profession subject to approval by the Commission of National Surveillance. Article 46 - TERMS OF JUSTICE Detectives-Agents Searches can receive mandates of justice in the context of their professional activity. Article 47 - MONEY SOCIAL LEGISLATION The Detectives-Agents Research can be commissioned on social issues within their profession.
PHYSICAL ORGANIZATIONArticle 48 - PROFESSIONAL PERSONAL DOCUMENTS The only evidence that a detective-Agent Research is authorized to state on its letter head and business records are: - Those who facilitate relationships with applicants and with colleagues, that is to say: Full name, address, telephone and telex, days and hours of receipt, postal and bank accounts as well as the mention of its declaration to the Prefecture of the spring checks and her belonging to or recognized in individual cases with the pseudonym legally declared by law, academic degrees and state as well as those recognized by the Ministry of Education professional organizations. - The specialty that might be recognized by professional organizations representing the conditions determined by the organizations themselves. - The titles and functions recognized as valid by the professional organizations to the exclusion of any union office. - The official decorations and honors legally recognized by the French Republic or the authority of a country of the European Community. - Mention of club membership management approved in accordance with Decree No. 79-638 of 27 July 1979. Article 49 - A UNIFIED BUSINESS RECORDS diligence of professional organizations adhering to this Code of Conduct, it may be established and called for unified business documents relating to contracts and mandates. These documents should be used in preference to all others by contributing members of this Code of Conduct. Article 50 -. BUSINESS CARD A intersyndical body established by member professional organizations entitled COMMISSION OF THE BUSINESS CARD AGENT RESEARCH will be responsible for the creation and allocation of national professional card. This will provide adequate means for delivering said card does and practitioners whose situation will be in full compliance with the principles of this Code of Ethics. However, nothing prevents Detectives-Agents Research using a card stating their professional quality, established by them, provided that they comply with Article 53 below. Similarly, professional organizations may issue membership cards to their members. Article 51 - PLATE PROFESSIONAL indications that Detective-Agent Research is allowed to put on the plate affixed to the door of his office professional are: Full name, titles in the references cited in the preceding article, days and hours Reception and official decorations under the National Orders and Ministries. Article 52 - ADVERTISING Advertising that detectives-agents are allowed to do searches through the press or otherwise should be sober and measured. All processes false and illusory claims of commercial is strictly prohibited and incompatible with the liberal spirit of the profession of Private Detective-Agent Research. The various laws governing advertising must be strictly adhered including: Law No. 1461 of April 2, 1941 - Article 5: Prohibition of canvassing in order to initiate or continue a divorce or separation decree n. ° 72-785 of 25 August 1972 on the solicitation and advertising for consultation and drafting of legal documents. Royer Act and other legislation on misleading advertising. The statement mention the prefecture must be included in all advertising as "Agent (or agency) of said research (e) in the prefecture of ......." Article 53 - PROHIBITION OF THE ORGANIZATION HARDWARE The above parts must not show any resemblance to official documents and the words "police", "safety", "security", "approved", "territory", "office" are absolutely prohibited. (Reference: Ministerial Circular No. 83-64 of March 1, 1983) union cards established by professional organizations as established by the agencies under their own responsibility cards should in no way resemble the present national professional card that will be established by the international labor organization as defined in Article 50 above.
PROFESSIONAL LIABILITYArticle 54 - PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY The Detectives-Agents Research are responsible for their professional actions and must answer for their breach of statutory and codified provisions, before disciplinary bodies they are be-tween them, or in criminal proceedings, civil or administrative, in the framework of their powers Article 55 -. LIABILITY INSURANCE PROFESSIONAL Any detective-Agent Research should therefore be covered by an individual or group insurance contract guaranteeing professional liability may be incurred as a result of the same exercise of its declared activity of Agent Research. The contract must include guarantees: - contract (Article 1147 and following of the Civil Code) - tort and tort (Articles 1382 and 1386 of the Civil Code).
4 - RELATIONS WITH CUSTOMERSRECEPTION OF THE CUSTOMER Article 56 - PROFESSIONAL OFFICE The Detectives-Agents Research is required to justify a decent installation professional office and may by its facilities to meet the requirements of confidentiality and trust that customers expect of them. This office must be located in a local said commercial rents in accordance with the Code and the Condo. Article 57 - HOME OF THE CUSTOMER The Detectives-Agents Research must reserve a warm welcome to their customers and receive properly clothed and cared for their person. Article 58 - CONSULTATION Detectives-Agents Research can be found in all areas related to their work. They are bound by professional secrecy even within a single consultation and without it can lead to commitment to respond to the consulting party. However, they are entitled to receive fees for their consultations. CONSTITUTION OF FILE Article 59 - IDENTIFICATION OF PRINCIPAL The Detectives-Agents Research must ensure the identity of their constituents. They can not, in principle, accept a mission unidentified or who refuses to reveal his identity person. They can in no way accept a mission applicant who clearly does not enjoy all his mental and intellectual faculties. Article 60 - INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THE CUSTOMER The mission of the Detective-Agent Research starts with taking note of the information provided by the customer and if necessary the essential questions of the detective-agent related to his client for the study and good understanding of the issue. The client certifies that true and correct any information provided to the agent and the object and purpose of the mission entrusted reported. In case of deliberate misrepresentation, the contract term is automatically terminated and the amounts paid by the client would remain available to the agent could also require the payment of additional fees due for the work planned and reserved in addition to those due in respect of work actually performed. STUDY AND ACCEPTANCE OF THE MISSION Article 61 - STUDY OF THE MISSION The Detective-Agent Research should examine the mission requested based on information provided by the customer on his own experience and the resources to implement carefully. It must then be able to offer the client a work plan and tell him about the expense to consider to carry out the mission entrusted. If deemed appropriate, the detective-Agent Research can also provide his client to consider the matter referred to it before accepting or rejecting the suggested mission. For this study or preliminary investigation, Detective-Agent Research is entitled to receive fees as compensation justified the time spent and intellectual services provided. Article 62 - ACCEPTANCE OR REFUSAL OF THE MISSION The Detective-Agent Research can accept or refuse any mission without having to justify themselves. In particular, it can not knowingly accept, directly or indirectly, a mission against his client, as part of the same case or its reciprocal, the current year and the following four years. It shall in no case accept a mission whose avowed or concealed it seems immoral, illegitimate, illegal or contrary to national interests. These terms also apply to agency workers or self-employed people. CONTRACT OPENING FILE Article 63 - CONTRACT OPENING FILE The agreement with the principal is materialized by the drafting and signing of a contract to open a file in the format set by the member trade unions to this Code of Ethics. This contract is irrevocable and the amounts paid by the client retained by the agent, even if the suspension of the application by the customer and whatever the result. The subject of the contract file is kept one year from the date of submission of the final report to the client unless a written request for immediate destruction. After this time, the complete file will be destroyed and all documents that may assigned by the principal who waives all recourse against the agent after this time. Article 64 - CONDITIONAL AGREEMENT It can not be concluded mission contract with an obligation of result clause. According to settled case law, the detective-Agent Research can not be held to an obligation of means and not of results. FEES FOR MISSION Article 65 - FEES The Detectives-Agents Searches are entitled to receive to see their actions, missions and travel, fees and regulations of various expenses related obligations by means of the unique jurisprudence in this area and at the exclusion of any other payment whatsoever, and not justified by the service. Article 66 - JUSTIFICATION OF FEES These fees must be fair. They are a legitimate compensation for services rendered and may vary depending on the circumstances, challenges, features missions, the regions where they are made, intellectual services and professional awareness of the potential costs to be incurred to complete the mission assigned. Article 67 - AMOUNT OF FEES The amount is freely agreed with the applicants according to the customs, traditions and conventions established in this regard in the profession parties. The time spent is recorded the time of provision of the inspector at the agency until his return to the agency to include the time of writing his mission report. The mileage is calculated from the start of the agency to return to the agency. Travel expenses and accommodation are based on either the actual presentation of receipts or a flat rate per day of absence following the own conventions established by each agency with the client. The basis for calculating fees and agency fees, applicable to quantifiable benefits (monitoring, travel and other costs) should be displayed openly and customers and brought to its attention beyond doubt. Article 68 - PROVISION OF FEES Any order can be programmed to the extent that adequate provision has been made. This provision on fees is consulting fees, study mission and booking of staff to the mission entrusted. It must be renewed according to the requirements and costs of the work that the principal formally agrees to pay to presentation of the final grade of fees and expenses and in any case before communication of results or delivery of the final report, and what of the outcome of the investigations carried out. Article 69 - PACKAGE There is no contract work in industry practices. Are considered as payments of fees for supplies and travel expenses related to the tasks performed. It is possible to agree on a lump sum with a client for a specific investigation. Article 70 - SCALES The price lists are strictly prohibited in the profession in accordance with Ministerial Order No. 80-36 / A of 15 May 1980 on the prices of services.
CANCELLATION OF A MISSION ORDER AT THE REQUEST OF CUSTOMERArticle 71 - TOTAL CANCELLATION OF A MISSION ORDER MAKES If the customer takes unilateral decision to suspend or cancel a mission order, the provision will be retained by the detective-Agent Research from the moment the file was open and can not be claimed. Article 72 - CANCELLATION OF PLANNED MISSION AND RESERVED If the customer takes unilateral decision to cancel a planned mission and reserved, the corresponding fees at time reserved for this mission are due entirely to Detective-Agent Research as if the mission had was performed. Article 73 -. JUSTIFICATION OF CANCELLATION FEES The fees charged in case of cancellation of an order or an assignment to the client's request is justified to cover the damage that the detective-Agent Research was suffer from the fact that the time allotted and reserved could result in denial of one or more other missions. NON-PERFORMANCE OF A MISSION BY DETECTIVE Article 74 -. CONSCIENCE CLAUSE When Detective-Agent Research realizes that the aim of his client is immoral, unlawful or illegal, he must immediately cease all investigations, notify the client as soon as it can not continue the mission entrusted and restore of excess provision. Article 75 -. ACCIDENTAL OR NON-PERFORMANCE CAUSED When Detective-Agent Research can or can not perform a task requested by a client as a result of circumstances beyond his control, he must realize without delay. In this case, the client can request the return of the said mission allowances paid on or deferral amounts on subsequent missions. However, in case of repetition of fact, the customer is entitled to claim reimbursement of all sums remaining to his credit on the provisions made and given the work actually done by the detective-Agent Research. Article 76 -. NON PERFORMANCE RESULTING FROM PROFESSIONAL MISCONDUCT In all cases where a mission could be carried out as a result of malpractice Detective-Agent Research, the customer is entitled to claim all of the remaining provisions on his own and, in the event that no work has been carried out, a full refund of provisions paid. EXECUTION OF MISSIONS Article 77 -. OBLIGATIONS The Detective-Agent Research formally committed to absolute discretion and to all means possible to try to carry out the mission entrusted to the agreed budget from basic elements provided by the principal who certifies accurate and excluding any performance obligation is settled jurisprudence. Article 78 -. CONTEST OUTSIDE It can ensure the participation of all salaried employees, self-employed like any more experienced colleague whom he may require advice or assistance. It may also, if necessary, enlist the help of experts in all matters where it has no jurisdiction in the context of the mission entrusted to him. Article 79 -. NON-INTERVENTION OF CLIENT The client forbidden to intervene directly or indirectly in the course of the mission entrusted as contact directly or indirectly employ-ees of the agency responsible for implementing the mission . It frees the agency from any liability in the execution of the mission in the event of tampering with his hand. REPORTING RESPONSIBILITIES AND REPORTS Article 80 -. REPORT CALL Generally, the practice of reporting phone is prohibited due to the positive identification of the caller and risks trouble. Exceptionally, the practice of reporting telephone may be permitted, provided that the positive identification of the caller is assured. However, because of the risks involved, the conversation will be brief and subtle. Article 81 -. REPORT TO THIRD PARTIES In general, the practice of reporting to third parties is strictly prohibited for the same reasons MISSION REPORTS. Article 82 -. ESTABLISHMENT OF A REPORT BY THE MISSION OF THE RUNNING running a mission should be noted clearly and concisely all the details of the mission entrusted to him and all ancillary facts may justify the proper execution of the mission. He made a report to his principal client or agency. Article 83 -. ESTABLISHMENT OF CUSTOMER REPORT At the end of the mission, the detective-Agent Research prepare a written report, detailed, dated and signed himself with in the header identification of person references and professional office he directs, manages or administers. This report is prepared in accordance with industry practice: - In terms of monitoring and spinning, it is established by a detailed report and action may be required by the principal that the agent will do include information or facts of nature subjective or that could not be directly observed by the Investigator. This report has evidentiary value and can be produced in court before any court. - In terms of investigation and research, it is only a report documenting the results obtained under the usual reserves where the information gathered from third parties whose good faith or possible bias could be questionable. The client can not demand to see it include the means used to obtain the information or the names and functions of those contacted for information. The survey report is provided to the client as strictly private and confidential and is intended for his own use and no liability can be sought against the attorney in the results or consequences in the use or the possible exploitation of the latter by the customer in accordance with various precedents in the matter. Article 84 - SUBMISSION OF REPORT TO CLIENT information collected, the results and the mission report is delivered to the customer after payment of all fees and expenses of the mission due to Detective-Agent Research.. Article 85 -. REPORT NEGATIVE the customer's request, any intervention that resulted in settlement of fees must be reported even if the results are negative and nothing useful to the progress of the investigation course could not be found. In this case, Detective-Agent Research must mention in the said report the facts, even seemingly unnecessary and unrelated to the current case, but that justify the performance of the mission. Article 86 -. DEFAULT REPORT AND THE STATEMENT OF CHARGES AND FEES The customer is entitled to demand a detailed report and a detailed statement of fees and expenses related to the mission assigned and performed in accordance with Article 83 below above. The statement of costs and fees is set by the principal to the agent under the provisions of sections 1999, 2000 and 2001 of the Civil Code.
5 - RELATIONSHIP WITH COLLEAGUESDUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS Confraternity Article 87 - THE DETECTIVES-AGENTS WANTED MUST MAINTAIN THEM REPORTS good fellowship one who has a professional disagreement with con-brother should first try to reconcile with him and if he could not succeed, It will, informed the president of his professional organization. Detectives-Agents Research must always be between colleagues moral and fraternal assistance. It is forbidden to slander a colleague to speak ill of him or is about to echo can interfere in the exercise of his profession. In this regard, the press articles biased mind will be considered with caution and reserve when the practitioner is challenged by a journalist or that it is subject to a citation distorted by the press in relation to a court. It is good fellowship to defend a colleague unfairly attacked or slandered. Article 88 - EXEMPTION FOR MISCONDUCT A detective-Agent Research has obtained proof that a colleague has committed a serious offense against the ethics and honor defined by the CODE OF ETHICS has a duty to break any business relationship with him . He can not give the reasons for the failure of the President professional organization that will take the necessary measures. Article 89 - MISUSE OF CUSTOMERS The diversion or attempted diversion of customers is strictly prohibited. This diversion is treated as unfair competition and punishable by law and regulations. Article 90 - MISUSE OF EMPLOYEES The diversion or attempted diversion of employees of a colleague is prohibited. Article 91 - All CONCURRENGE UNFAIR unfair competition, as defined by the customs, legislation and case law is strictly prohibited. More specifically, it is forbidden for an employee as an independent worker collaborator agencies solicit or accept offers services to a client or agency with which it has a cooperative relationship for two years the date on which it ceases to cooperate with this or these agencies. INABILITY TO PERFORM Article 92 - FACILITIES OF AN AGENCY OF DEALING WITH A DIFFERENT DOCTOR It is not a detective-Agent Research to manage the agency by another colleague as employer itself, except as provided by law and, as such, provisional. Article 93 - TEMPORARY INABILITY TO EXERCISE DUE TO ACCIDENTAL In case of temporary inability to perform resulting from an incident caused by natural or material circumstances of illness or accident, the detective-Agent Research has the ability to give delegation of authority to another employer colleague like him, by special accordance with Articles 2OlO l984 to the Civil Code and until final administrative regularization term. Article 94 - DEATH In case of death of a detective-Agent Research, branch manager, the provisions of Articles 1984 to 2010 of the Civil Code, are observed on the basis of Article 2010, between the practitioner mended through administrative and the heirs or assigns, for the sole purpose of providing, in the meantime, that the circumstances require in respect of the occupation.
6 - RELATIONS WITH GOVERNMENTArticle 95 - REPORTS OF MEMBERS WITH GOVERNMENT The members of the profession are independent of government, but they must maintain friendly relations with them and act loyally in their professional relationships with their representatives. Article 96 - REPORTS OF UNIONS WORK WITH GOVERNMENT The Presidents of Professional Organizations ensure compliance with laws and regulations governing the profession and its practice within their jurisdiction providing the care of his honor, his morals, and interests . Their regional delegates in their respective jurisdictions represent in all acts of civil life in reference to the rules laid down in this Code of Ethics. They are interpreted as representative of the National Presi-dent of their national trade union organization. They provide arbitration between practitioners within their jurisdiction. They welcome all requests and suggestions from their spring and give them the suites that meet the best interests of the moral profession. National Presidents of professional organizations ensure compliance with the same laws and regulations at the national and supra-national in professional matters in the same conditions as those defined above. All decisions, recommendations or directives adopted by regional or departmental delegates under the statutory provisions of this Code of Ethics, can be reformed or canceled by decision of National Presidents either automatically or at the request of interested parties, which must be submitted within two months of notification of the decision, recommendation or direction. All decisions, recommendations, guidelines or circulars issued or established by national administrations in relation to the profession or exercise, regulatory, are supported by the relevant authority to the attention of National Presidents Professional Organizations to enable them development in harmony with professional elements Regional Delegates or Departmental under this Code of Conduct.
7 - COMPLIANCE WITH THE CODE OF ETHICS FOR DISCIPLINEArticle 97 - COMPLIANCE WITH THE CODE OF ETHICS In the practice of his profession, the detective-Agent Research must comply with the general duties and to run the rules and principles laid down by the Code of Conduct. It is also required, because of its liberal and independent specificity, refer to the rules and practices that are specific to the ethics of the profession and, in accordance with regulations and established laws, and are prescribed by that this Code. Article 98 - TRADE UNION MONITORING Adherent Professional Organizations in this Code of Ethics, have, according to the provisions of the Labour Code, the burden of monitoring and enforcement hereof. They will be inside each professional union supervisory committee, conciliation and union discipline. Article 99 - NATIONAL SUPERVISORY COMMISSION diligence professional unions adherent, it will set up a supervisory board, conciliation and discipline composed of seven members with a seniority of at least ten years in the practice of the profession in as directors or managers of an agency among the elected members of member professional research organizations. The representativeness professional organization will be proportional to the number of active members of the professional organization in adherent branch manager category, provided that the participant professional organization representing at least twenty-five professionals regularly reported in the agency director category. The presidents of the member professional organizations are full members of the National Monitoring Committee, conciliation and discipline, provided they meet the above criteria.
8 - DEPOSIT AND COMMUNICATION - DEFENSE AND REMEDIESLEGAL DEPOSIT AND COMMUNICATION Article 100 - LEGAL DEPOSIT The legal deposit of this Code of Ethics constitute endorsement by, annexed document the legal status of adherent Professional union organizations shall be made with the Prefectural Administration of Paris under the regulations established by the Labour Code. Article 101 - COMMUNICATION National Presidents, regional and county commissioners are responsible, each for their part, to complete the formalities prescribed by law and all powers are given to the effect of the application of the said formalities. Article 102 - DEFENSE AND REMEDIES Any dispute or potential dispute which may arise from third parties on the occasion of the institution of this Code of Ethics will be submitted as appropriate to the respective competent courts of Paris.
9 - CHANGES - ADDITIONS - DISCONTINUEDAny changes, additions, deletions to the Present Code of Conduct and any attachments thereto shall be made by amendments duly recorded, dated and numbered in the same manner as the present.
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The detectives Leprivé Agency (ARP Research Officer Private) are authorized by prefectural authorization to investigate on your behalf to provide evidence for internet use or presentation before the competent courts according to the needs of our customers . You have questions?
- I need proof for my divorce?
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