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Article R50-10 of the French Code of Criminal Procedure

Where the claim for compensation is based on Article 706-14, the request shall also contain:

1° An indication of the amount of the applicant’s resources with the relevant supporting documents, in particular a copy of his or her income tax return for the year preceding the offence and the year preceding the year in which the matter is referred to the commission or, if he or she is not taxable, a certificate of non-taxation and, where applicable, a list of his or her immovable property ;

2° The factors from which it follows that it is impossible to obtain effective and sufficient compensation for the loss or damage suffered from the public or private bodies to which the claimant belongs or from any other legal or natural person;

3° A description of the serious material situation in which he or she finds himself or herself as a result.

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Article R50-10

Lorsque la demande d’indemnité est fondée sur l’article 706-14, la requête contient en outre :

1° L’indication du montant des ressources du demandeur avec les justifications utiles, notamment une copie de la déclaration de ses revenus de l’année précédant l’infraction et de l’année précédant celle où la commission est saisie ou, s’il n’est pas imposable, un certificat de non-imposition et, le cas échéant, la liste de ses biens immobiliers ;

2° Les éléments desquels résulte l’impossibilité d’obtenir auprès des organismes publics ou privés dont relève le demandeur ou de toute autre personne morale ou physique la réparation effective et suffisante de son préjudice ;

3° La description de la situation matérielle grave dans laquelle il se trouve de ce fait.

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