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Étude et suivi de l’évolution des premières « divisions en volumes » : analyse de l’organisation de la propriété complexe

Abstract : At the beginning of the 1960s, a major real estate operation would transform the west of Paris to create the largest European business center. Claude Thibierge, figure notarial of the twentieth century seized the opportunity to learn about the division into volumes which is a land division in three dimensions. The conception of this complex of buildings assembly allows the overlapping and layering of the public domain with private which makes it incompatible choice to adapt the regime of property ownership. This volumetric property has no common areas and its management is done through a union (AFUL or ASL). Network conditions easements harmonized volumes them. Now governed by the doctrine and jurisprudence, the volume division has a legal liberty which can adapt to situations of complex properties. However, this lax regulation has caused many difficulties during his history.
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Vincent Michaud. Étude et suivi de l’évolution des premières « divisions en volumes » : analyse de l’organisation de la propriété complexe. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. 2014. ⟨dumas-01179344⟩

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