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  1. Its all on Easyjet's website.

    L'aéroport de Paris Charles-de-Gaulle

    Tous les vols au départ et à destination de Paris Charles-de-Gaulle sont situés au terminal 2D.

    Téléphone de l'aéroport: Tel: +33 (0)1 48 62 22 80 ou 12 12 Fax: +33 (0)1 48 62 07 52 ou 58 02

    Par la route

    Paris vers l'aéroport de Roissy Charles de Gaulle:

    Autoroute A1 (Autoroute du Nord) par la Porte de la Chapelle. Autoroute A3 via Porte de Bagnolet, ensuite par l'autoroute A1, rester sur votre droite. Aéroport de Roissy Charles de Gaulle vers Paris: Autoroute A1 vers Paris, ou via Porte de Bagnolet en bifurquant vers Paris Est. Le parking est situé devant le terminal.
  2. Unless you have only been with SFR for a short period, and are so within the minimum contract period you are making things too complicated.

    You only need all the things listed if you are trying to get out of a contract , without having to pay the remaining months.

    If you have been with them for a long time, and haven't lumbered yourself with a new contract by recently upgrading just tell them you want to cancel the contract.

    You can find all the details here including model letters.


    You can even send the registered letter from your PC, and wiil get a receipt.

    Don't forget you will have to return all their clobber, and from memory pay an exit fee.

  3. Until you sell it to someone you are supposed to keep it insured. If you sell it in pieces you will always own it, as only an official breakers yard can give you the necessary certificate of destruction. Selling vehicles as parts by unregistered breakers can be punished by a fine.
  4. In the UK you can make a gain of roughly £11000 without paying any tax. That's per person, so potentially , depending on who owns the shares that could be £22000 tax free gain.

    If you split it over a couple of tax years, say next March and April that could be £44000 gain.

    As you have held the shares for more than 8 years, In France you pay tax on 35% of the gain at your marginal income tax rate. In addition you have the social charges at roughly 15% on the whole gain.
  5. As I said the dates are there to give you a reasonable period in which to tie up your finance, at least 30 but more usually 45 days.

    If you have not notified your inability to raise the money , in writing, within that period, then the contract carries on, either by your raising the money some other way, or by forfeiting the deposit.
  6. The normal legal procedure is that the buyer notifies the Notaire, by registered letter, well before the specified period expires , that the mortgage application has been rejected.The Notaire will want to see at least one, and possibly three different rejections. In the absence of this notification the sale proceeds.

    Very often details of the amount to be borrowed , monthly payments,maximum rate of interest etc etc are all specified. This is to prevent the purchaser being forced to proceed , by requiring him to take a loan at usurious rates of interest.

    Are there any of these supplementary terms in your contract?

    The thing you have to remember is that when you signed the contract you agreed to buy the property.

    The clause is solely there to protect you in the unfortunate case where you are unable to get a loan on which you were relying to fund the purchase.

    Hence there is a real possibility that an inflexible vendor could require you to proceed with the sale unless you can really prove that you cannot get the finance.

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