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Comment acquérir la maîtrise foncière nécessaire à la gestion des cours d’eau non-domaniaux ?

Abstract : The watercourses are by nature private, the streambed belongs to the owner of the banks. Concomitantly, the public administration is in charge of a public service in water management that requires her to intervene on the watercourse and on the entire watershed. A conflict of law and responsabilities results over the river between the private owner and the public manager. Acquisition of the banks can be a solution to control land use by property rights over the water bed. The evolution of environmental policies on the watercourse, including the management of aquatic environments and flood risk, assigns more competencies to local authorities. That requires the establishment of an anticipated land use control shared with other public and private developers. Indirect ownership of land is booming with strategic territory plans and operational regulatory instruments.
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Hélène Balaresque. Comment acquérir la maîtrise foncière nécessaire à la gestion des cours d’eau non-domaniaux ?. Sciences de l'environnement. 2017. ⟨dumas-01652642⟩

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