In respect of section 593 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure, which states that « decisions and judgements are ultimately declared invalid if they do not contain patterns or if their reasons are inadequate, » the Supreme Court quashed one appeal decision which held that the procedure was established by an employer, a haulier, who had not respected the provisions to ensure compliance by its employees in the proper use of tachographs, as required by Article 3 b of the French Ordinance No. 58-1310 of 23 December 1958 (OJ 25 December 1958, p.11810, now code on transportation, art. L.3315-6, al.2).View Fullscreen
Home / Transports / Criminal liability of a business owner in France as a result of non-compliance with EU rules on driving times for its drivers: a change in the law due to the wording of Regulation (EC) No 561/2006 compared to the former Regulation (EEC) No 3820/85.
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