Legislation Decree of 20 December 2006 laying down the annual rates of the lump-sum leave the military decree of 18 September 2007 fixing the annual rates of the lump-sum leave the military decree of 18 September 2007 fixing the annual rates of the lump-sum leave keywords defence, service public DE L'ETAT, Army soldiers, military SERVICE abroad
, Assignment, leave, administrative leave, travel, military PERSONNEL, treatment, REMUNERATION, allowance, lump sum leave, amount, award, payment and recipient JORF n ° 296, December 22, 2006 page 0 text no. 20 Decree No. 2006-1642 of 20 December 2006 on the lump of the military NOR leave: DEFP0601590D ELI: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/decret/2006/12/20/DEFP0601590D/jo/texte Alias : https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/decret/2006/12/20/2006-1642/jo/texte the Prime Minister, on the report of the Minister of defence, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Minister of economy, finance and industry, the Minister of public service and the Minister delegate to the budget and the reform of the State, Government spokesman, having regard to Act No. 2005-270 of 24 March 2005 modified general military status including article 10 thereof;
Mindful of Decree No. 48-1366 August 27, 1948 as amended determining the compensation to be paid in respect of the balance to the armies of Earth, sea and air military;
Considering Decree No. 91-669 July 14, 1991, amended on the General Organization of the support and services administration within the armed forces and the gendarmerie, particular article 9 thereof;
Mindful of Decree No. 97 - 900 1 October 1997 amended laying down the procedures for the calculation of the remuneration of the military affected abroad, enacts as follows: Article 1 more on this article...
The military in the title of their assignment to the provisions of the Decree of October 1, 1997 referred to above receive a lump sum leave, designed to support flat rate expenses they incur on the occasion of annual administrative leave taken during stay, with a minimum of ten days.
This allowance is paid during the first half of the calendar year, excluding the year in which the member joined his assignment and one in which the military leaves his assignment.
It is refunded if the military before the end of the calendar year in respect of which the right is open, terminates his duties abroad, or took no leave, under the conditions laid down by the first paragraph of this article, unless compelling reasons of duly motivated service.
Article 2 more on this article...
The soldiers for a period of one year, without being authorized to be accompanied by their families, administrative training within the meaning of the Decree of 14 July 1991 above-mentioned deployed or stationed outside the metropolitan France and appearing in a list fixed by an order of the Minister of defence receive compensation, lump-sum leave, intended for flat rate support costs they incur during a permission , for a minimum of eight consecutive days taken during this assignment.
This allowance is paid during the first six months from the date of the order of transfer.
It shall be refunded if the military before its term terminates his duties, or does not permission, under the conditions laid down by the first paragraph of this article, unless compelling reasons duly motivated service.
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The amount of this allowance is fixed each year, by joint order of the Minister of defence, the Minister for Foreign Affairs and the Minister responsible for the budget.
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The amount of compensation shall be increased on the basis of the family situation of the military declared to the administration on 1 January of the year in respect of which the right is open:-100% for the military married or related by a civil solidarity pact for at least three years;
-from 10% for each dependant child of less than two years, of 70% for each dependent child two less than twelve years and 100% for each child dependant aged twelve years and more.
These increases do not apply to members covered by section 2.
The concept and the age limits for dependent children shall be assessed according to the provisions of article 9 of the Decree of October 1, 1997 referred to above.
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The provisions of this Decree shall not apply to CF members serving abroad under a mandate of an international organization, to the military under the classification laid down in table 1 on the basis of article 5 of the Decree of October 1, 1997 referred to above, members posted to detachments of security for embassies and consulates and personnel posted in missions of military defence cooperation.
The allocation of the allowance in respect of articles 1 and 2 above is inconsistent with the possibility that may have military, in any capacity whatsoever, benefit from the support of his travel expenses to the same residence permit.
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Defence Minister, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Minister of economy, finance and industry, the Minister of public service and the Minister delegate for the budget and the reform of the State, Government spokesman, are responsible, each in relation to the implementation of this Decree, which takes effect on January 1, 2006 and will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.
Done at Paris, on December 20, 2006.
Dominique de Villepin Prime Minister: Defence Minister Michèle Alliot-Marie Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy Minister of economy, finance and industry Thierry Breton Minister of public service, Christian Jacob the Minister delegate to the budget and the reform of the State, the Government's spokesman, Jean-François Copé