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Le certificat de localisation québécois : une inspection foncière utile en France ?

Abstract : In Quebec, the location certificate is a document consisting of a report and a plan, stating the land surveyor's opinion on the current situation and state of immovable property. Frequently recommended at the stage of preliminary contract of sale, it gives the “health status” of a property in relation to ownership titles, the cadastre and the laws, regulations and by-laws which may affect it. This document don’t have equivalent in France and, yet, he could overcome the lack of information regarding the status of land ownership before a substantial investment and limit the potential risks with sometimes expensive consequences in the future. A inspection model of the property seems to be viable and useful in France. It allows, in a relatively similar context to the Quebec, to contribute to more informed consent of those involved in a real estate transaction, without slowing down the process.
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Clément Seille. Le certificat de localisation québécois : une inspection foncière utile en France ?. Ingénierie de l'environnement. 2014. ⟨dumas-01110272⟩

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