Brokerage licences

A brokerage licence for dual-use items is required in certain limited cases:

A brokerage licence for dual-use items is required in certain limited cases:

  • By decision of the administration as manifested in a "catch-all" letter, following a non-licence request or at the initiative of the government
  • Pursuant to certain sanctions regulations that provide that a licence is required for the brokerage of certain goods to certain countries
  • Pursuant to Articles R.2342-21 and R.2342-31 of the French Defence Code, for goods listed in Schedule 1 of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) not listed as "war material and related items" and products listed in Table 3, destined for countries not party to the Convention.

The application procedures are described on the page "Documents to be provided and procedures by type of authorisation" (French only).

Edited on 30/09/2019

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