married women's property act - Translation into French - examples English | Reverso Context
French honorifics are based on the wide use of Madame for women and Monsieur for men. Usage of "Mademoiselle" varies based on regions and ideology. In Canada and Switzerland, public administrations have been banned from using this title for a long time. France has taken this step in In France, calling a young woman "Mademoiselle" is usually considered more polite, and calling a middle-aged woman "Mademoiselle" can be a way to tell her that she looks like she is in her twenties and may therefore be considered flattering. In Canada, on the other hand, this usage may be considered offensive.