TEXTS OF LAWS & DECREES
Law Elan 23 November 2018
Law no. 2018-1021 of 23 November 2018 on the development of housing, planning and digital technology.
Law Alur 24 March 2014
Law no. 2014-366 of 24 March 2014 for access to housing and renovated urban planning, known as the ALUR law or Duflot II law, is a French law relating to housing.
Law of 6 July 1989
This text brings together all the rights and duties that apply to landlords and tenants when renting a dwelling.
Rental repairs Decree 87-712 of 26 August 1987
The decree defines the routine maintenance repairs to be paid by the tenant.
Decent housing Decree 2002-120 of 30 January 2002
The landlord must provide the tenant with decent housing that meets specific criteria.
Furnished accommodation Decree n° 2015-981 of 31 July 2015
The list of the furniture elements of a furnished accommodation.
Ceiling on fees Decree no. 2014-890 of 1 August 2014
The decree relating to the ceiling on fees payable to tenants and the procedures for the transmission of certain information by property professionals.
List of tense areas Decree No. 2013-392 of 10 May 2013
The decree relating to the scope of the annual tax on vacant dwellings instituted by Article 232 of the General Tax Code.
Decree no. 2015-931 of 29 July 2015 relating to the regulation of rents
The decree relating to changes in certain rents in the context of a new lease or lease renewal, issued pursuant to Article 18 of Law no. 89-462 of 6 July 1989.
Decree no. 2015-650 of 10 June 2015 relating to the regulation of rents
The decree relating to the methods of implementation of the system for controlling the level of certain rents and amending the appendix to Article R.* 366-5 of the French Construction and Housing Code.
Model contract Decree No. 2015-587 of 29 May 2015
This text relates to standard contracts for the rental of accommodation for use as a principal residence.
Notice to be attached to the rental contract for a main residence
Order of 29 May 2015 relating to the content of the information leaflet attached to rental contracts for accommodation used as a main residence.
MANDATORY RENTAL DIAGNOSTICS
In the case of a residential rental, the landlord must provide the tenant with technical diagnostics when signing the rental agreement.
Energy performance diagnosis (DPE)
This Energy Performance Diagnosis (DPE) gives an overview of the energy performance of a dwelling by estimating its energy consumption and greenhouse gas emission rate.
Observation of risk of exposure to lead (Crep)
The lead exposure risk report (Crep) is a document that provides information on the presence or absence of lead in a dwelling.
The state of asbestos
The asbestos status is the document that identifies the presence of asbestos in a dwelling.
State of natural, mining and technological risks
The document that informs the prospective tenant that the accommodation he is going to rent is, or is not, located in an area at risk from natural hazards (floods, land movements), mining and technological hazards (industrial, chemical, etc.).
State relating to the presence of termites
This is a document that gives information on the presence or absence of termites in a dwelling. This document aims to inform the prospective buyer about the property he plans to buy.
State of the interior electrical installation
The condition of the interior electrical installation is a diagnosis that gives an overview of the safety of the electrical installations in a dwelling. It is compulsory for all electrical installations that are more than 15 years old.
Condition of the indoor gas installation
The condition of the indoor gas installation is a diagnosis that gives an overview of the safety of a dwelling’s gas installations. It is compulsory for all gas installations that are more than 15 years old.