CLASSED TOURIST STATIONS
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CLASSED TOURIST STATIONS

TOURISM CODE
(Legislative Part)

Sub-section 2: Classified tourist resorts

Article L133-13

(Law nº 2006-437 of April 14, 2006 art. 7 I 1º Official Journal of April 15, 2006)

Only the tourist municipalities and their fractions which implement an active policy of reception, information and tourist promotion tending, on the one hand, to ensure the multiseasonal frequentation of their territories, on the other hand, to enhance their natural or heritage resources or those they mobilize in terms of cultural creations and activities and physical and sporting activities may be set up as classified tourist resorts and subject to the provisions of this sub-section.

NOTE: Law 2006-437 2006-04-14 art. 7 VII: The provisions of section 2 of chapter III of title III of book I of the tourism code in the wording resulting from this law come into force within six months from the publication of the decree mentioned in article L. 133-18 of the same code.

TOURISM CODE
(Legislative Part)

Sub-section 2: Classified tourist resorts

Article L133-14

(Law nº 2006-437 of April 14, 2006 art. 7 I 1º Official Journal of April 15, 2006)

With regard to the requirements of sustainable development, the purpose of the classification is:
1 ° To recognize the efforts made by the municipalities and fractions of municipalities referred to in article L. 133-13 to structure an excellent tourist offer;
2 ° To encourage and enhance the implementation of a project aimed at stimulating long-term tourist visits to the resort through the management of actions and the development of the resources mentioned in article L. 133-13 ;
3 ° To promote, in line with the tourist frequentation of the station, the realization of actions or works of equipment and maintenance relating in particular to the improvement of the conditions of access, circulation, reception, accommodation, stay, embellishment of the living environment, conservation of monuments and sites, cultural creations and events and physical and sporting activities, sanitation and waste treatment.

NOTE: Law 2006-437 2006-04-14 art. 7 VII: The provisions of section 2 of chapter III of title III of book I of the tourism code in the wording resulting from this law come into force within six months from the publication of the decree mentioned in article L. 133-18 of the same code.

TOURISM CODE
(Legislative Part)

Sub-section 2: Classified tourist resorts

Article L133-15

(Law nº 2006-437 of April 14, 2006 art. 7 I 1º Official Journal of April 15, 2006)

The classification mentioned in article L. 133-13 is, at the request of the tourist municipalities concerned, pronounced by decree taken for a period of twelve years.

NOTE: Law 2006-437 2006-04-14 art. 7 VII: The provisions of section 2 of chapter III of title III of book I of the tourism code in the wording resulting from this law come into force within six months from the publication of the decree mentioned in article L. 133-18 of the same code.

TOURISM CODE
(Legislative Part)

Sub-section 2: Classified tourist resorts

Article L133-16

(Law nº 2006-437 of April 14, 2006 art. 7 I 1º Official Journal of April 15, 2006)

The rules relating to increases in service allowances for local elected officials voted by the municipal councils of classified tourist resorts are set by article L. 2123-22 of the general code of local authorities.

NOTE: Law 2006-437 2006-04-14 art. 7 VII: The provisions of section 2 of chapter III of title III of book I of the tourism code in the wording resulting from this law come into force within six months from the publication of the decree mentioned in article L. 133-18 of the same code

TOURISM CODE
(Legislative Part)

Sub-section 3: Transitional and common provisions

Article L133-17

(Law nº 2006-437 of April 14, 2006 art. 7 I 1º Official Journal of April 15, 2006)

The classifications of the resorts made before the date of entry into force of this section, fixed by the VII of article 7 of the law n ° 2006-437 of April 14, 2006 on various provisions relating to tourism, cease to produce their effects under the following conditions:
1 ° Those whose publication took place before January 1, 1924 cease to produce their effects on January 1, 2010;
2 ° Those whose publication took place before January 1, 1969 cease to produce their effects on January 1, 2014;
3 ° Those whose publication took place as of January 1, 1969 cease to produce their effects on January 1, 2018.
When a municipality is classified for several reasons, the date of publication of the last classification is taken into account.
NOTE: Law 2006-437 2006-04-14 art. 7 VII: The provisions of section 2 of chapter III of title III of book I of the tourism code in the wording resulting from this law come into force within six months from the publication of the decree mentioned in article L. 133-18 of the same code.

TOURISM CODE
(Legislative Part)

Sub-section 3: Transitional and common provisions

Article L133-18

(Law nº 2006-437 of April 14, 2006 art. 7 I 1º Official Journal of April 15, 2006)

A decree of the Council of State determines the eligibility criteria for the name of tourist municipality and the classification as a tourist resort as well as the conditions of application of this section.

NOTE: Law 2006-437 2006-04-14 art. 7 VII: The provisions of section 2 of chapter III of title III of book I of the tourism code in the wording resulting from this law come into force within six months from the publication of the decree mentioned in article L. 133-18 of the same code.

TOURISM CODE
(Legislative Part)

Sub-section-3: Transitional and common provisions

Article L133-19

(Law nº 2006-437 of April 14, 2006 art. 7 I 2º Official Journal of April 15, 2006)

The rules relating to upgrading to a higher demographic category of municipalities classified as tourist resorts within the meaning of subsection 2 of section 2 of this chapter are set out in paragraph 2 of article 88 of law n ° 84-53. of January 26, 1984 on statutory provisions relating to the territorial civil service.
The municipality which loses the benefit of classification as a tourist resort conforms its jobs to the demographic category to which it belongs by reference to its total population from the last census, at the rate of vacancies observed in the municipality and without this change demographic category affects the statutory and regulatory situation of active agents.

NOTE: Law 2006-437 2006-04-14 art. 7 VII: The provisions of section 2 of chapter III of title III of book I of the tourism code in the wording resulting from this law come into force within six months from the publication of the decree mentioned in article L. 133-18 of the same code.

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