Hello, the answer I gave you was the general position under French law and not French contract law because you did not mention that you had contacted a Notaire. I was going to end my answer stating "unless otherwise provided in a contract." But I did not because it was not an answer to your question. I only answered your question. In your new question you mention what a notaire told you that you what you could put in the contract (it is not clear to me if the contract was signed or if it is a draft). You can provide many obligations in your contract with your daughter. What ever your notaire told you is what will be in your contract with your daughter.
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