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Compensation for Victims of Human Trafficking

Victims of human trafficking are entitled to legal compensation
According to Article 706-3 of the Criminal Procedure Code (last updated by Law n° 2004-204 of 9 March 2004, article 169 of the Official Journal of 10 march 2004, in effect 1 January 2005), "Any person who has suffered harm caused by an intentional or non-intentional action that constitutes an offence, may obtain full compensation for the damage resulting from the offence against the person responsible when the following conditions exist: [....] 2° these actions have caused either death, or permanent incapacity, or the inability to work for more than one month; or are defined and punished by articles 222-22 to 222-30, 225-4-1 to 225-4-5 (human trafficking) and 227-25 to 227-27 of the Penal Code. 3° the person injured is a French national; or if this is not the case, the actions were committed on French territory and the person injured is either a citizen from one of the Member States of the European Economic Community; or, without prejudice to the provisions of international treaties and agreements, a legal resident on the day of the offence or when the claim for compensation was made. Compensation may be refused or its amount reduced if the victim is at fault."