“Expulsion of Jew” issued by King Charles VI [France] [Unconfirmed]
Commentary from Other Sources:
1) That twenty-year period was later extended another six years and then another ten in 1374. But the new king, Charles VI, declined to agree to the years added to the original twenty, and in 1394 he decreed that the following year Jews had to get out of France altogether, even in those areas where they were living under the ungratified decree extension.
Kamins, Toni: The Complete Jewish Guide to France; (New York; 2001)