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Le bail réel solidaire : un nouveau mécanisme d’accession à la propriété

Abstract : The "solidarity real lease" is a new mechanism of home buying which separates the ownership of the land and the building. This process operates with a "solidarity real estate organization", which is a non-profit organization which aims to purchase properties and to accredit some households. This organization finalizes two kinds of leases. The "initial" solidarity real lease is concluded with an operator who builds or re-establishes a land. The "user" solidarity real lease is concluded with households under means-test conditions, who become holders of immovable real rights in the housing. These real rights can be transferred to other householders accredited by the "solidarity real estate organization" and the sale price is regulated. "Solidarity real lease" housing can be included into real estate programmes. Therefore, it is necessary to find a way to manage when those housing coexist with housing governed by the common law system. The condominium regime can be used, with some clauses for land management, as the volume division technique. This master’s thesis offers some solutions to answer different issues related to the set-up of real estate operations including housing with the "solidarity real lease".
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Joseph Grasset. Le bail réel solidaire : un nouveau mécanisme d’accession à la propriété. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. 2019. ⟨dumas-02959822⟩

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