L’application de la technique de la division en volumes rencontre-t-elle des usages abusifs ?

Abstract : Born from the practice of Notaries and Land Surveyors in the 1970s, the division into volumes was invented to overcome the constraints of the development of the district of Defense in Paris. Founded from a conventional freedom and based on the principle of surface rights creating real property rights, the division into volumes is originally a tool to divide complex housing where private property overlaps with public domaniality; the public domain being incompatible with the regime of the co-ownership. As it was used, the volume technique proved judicious in solving land issues such as the encroachment of a neighboring property or the management of condominiums in difficulty. However, this regime offers a certain flexibility, so as to derogate from the law n° 65-557 of July 10, 1965 or the rules of town planning, it can attempt the masters of work to make an abusive use of it.
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Hugo Dalbin. L’application de la technique de la division en volumes rencontre-t-elle des usages abusifs ?. Sciences de l'environnement. 2019. ⟨dumas-02183611⟩

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