Under this clause, the intermediation agreement referred to in Article 6 of the agreement may be terminated “with immediate effect: this section provides that anyone who is placed in a “peer” must have a medical certificate. It must be found less than 3 months before mediation and indicate the person`s general health. It was agreed that the medical certificate would ensure that the person does not suffer from an infectious disease. Article 2 1. The “AuPair” course is the temporary reception of young foreigners by families in exchange for certain services that come to improve their language and professional knowledge as well as their general culture, by gaining a better knowledge of the country in which they are welcomed. 2. These young foreigners are mentioned below as “AuPair” persons. With regard to those concerned, the negotiators of the agreement conceived the text as being aimed at young men and women, as it should not call for discrimination by protecting only young women, and that certain tasks, such as the care and mental education of children, were adapted to young men. , while acknowledging that they make up the vast majority of beneficiaries. However, given that, in some countries, “au pair” placement for young men who would be better advised to work, for example as trainees, is not considered appropriate, contracting parties have the option of issuing a reservation to exclude young men from the scope of the agreement. (see Appendix II, point a) This paragraph provides for a departure from the general rule of Article 4, paragraph 1. However, the exception is only for the upper age limit of 30 years. Article 4, paragraph 2, states that “age limits may be granted on a case-by-case basis by the competent authority of the host country, where warranted.” The possibility of delimiting the age limit has been provided to allow those wishing to retrain to benefit, if necessary, from the rules relating to au pair placement.
It takes into account the fact that the studies are longer and longer. On the other hand, it is not possible to delineate the lower age limit, which should exclude persons under the age of 17 outside the scope of the agreement and deter them from applying for “au pair” places. It was recalled that a State party could set a higher minimum age or make the eligibility of an au pair a position conditional on certain specific conditions, given the youth of the person concerned. For example, a contracting state could adopt a regulation whereby only young foreigners at least 18 years of age could benefit from “au pair” mediation and, in the case of a 17-year-old, impose the presence of a legal representative in that state. Article 10 1. By registration in Schedule I of this agreement, each party indicates the benefits to which a person who has placed “AuPair” on his territory is entitled in the event of illness, maternity or accident. 2. If, to the extent that the benefits listed in Schedule I cannot be covered in the host country by national social security legislation or other official schemes, in view of the provisions of international conventions or the regulations of the European Communities, the competent member of the host family subscribes at his own expense to private insurance. With respect to the preceding paragraph, this paragraph defines the meaning of the term “persons placed at par” in Article 3, and following the agreement. Article 11 1. If the Article 6 agreement has been concluded for an unspecified period, each party has the right to terminate it within two weeks. 2.
Whether the agreement has been concluded for a specified period or not, it may be terminated with immediate effect by one of the parties, with immediate effect in the event of serious misconduct by the other party or if other serious circumstances require it, with immediate effect.