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Le droit au logement

Abstract : Since the period following World War II, housing has no longer been considered a mere need but more a right which citizens may claim from authorities. In France, this right was first acknowledged in a legislative text dating back to 1982. Although still in the process of being conceptualized, the notion of the right to housing is now a juridical reality. it stands in the area where private and public law converge. seen from the aspect of private law, though the right to housing does not fit the usual pattern of subjective rights, it may yet be considered an individual prerogative under private law, owing to the protective measures it offers to those who benefit from it. From the public law aspect, it is both a social right and a public privilege. Considered a goal of constitutional value by the constitutional council, the implementation of this right mobilizes public authorities as well as private citizens
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Émile Bizon. Le droit au logement. Droit. Université Nancy 2, 1997. Français. ⟨NNT : 1997NAN20023⟩. ⟨tel-01777015⟩



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