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Explanation: These are "sworn statements" (NOT affidavits: no notary or solicitor is involved in drafting them) that employees are all properly declared and all foreign employees have work permits etc.
A distinction must be made between "déclaration sur l'honneur" (sworn statement/ certificate etc.) and a "déclaration sous serment" (affidavit).
These "sworn statements" or "sworn certificates" pertain to Articles L 143-3, L143-5 and L 602-3 of the Employment Code.
From my notes, they are required by "the Law of 31/12/91 as amended by Law No. 97-210 of 11/03/97"
Unfortunately it seems hard to find the actual relevant provisions.
However, they are generally required in calls for tenders, public procurement contracts etc.
Christopher RH Local time: 00:31 Specializes in field Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 106