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Master Thesis

Servitudes et expertise (judiciaire ou amiable) du géomètre-expert

Abstract : Easements are constraints established on a plot of land for the use and utility of another plot. They infringe on the right of property and are the cause of litigations between private individuals. The land surveyor's technical opinion is often requested for problems regarding easements, whether it is within the framework of an amicable or judicial expertise. Consequently, what questions might we ask ourselves in the face of an easement? Some easements have particular characteristics, what are they? Finally, how do easements established in the public interest differ from the ones established for private interests, and what complications could their management generate? The objective of this dissertation is to provide some answers to questions that land surveyors could be faced with, and more generally, that any person could be faced with.
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Lucie Caucal. Servitudes et expertise (judiciaire ou amiable) du géomètre-expert. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. 2013. ⟨dumas-00919623⟩



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