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Illegal rentals: Paris hopes for 9 million fines

2021-02-18T19:52:19.817Z

The city has won an important victory in the Supreme Court against seasonal rental platforms. "This is excellent news," says Ian Brossat, deputy mayor of Paris in charge of housing. On Thursday, the city won an important victory against seasonal rental platforms: the Court of Cassation ruled that its regulations comply with European law, and adapted to the fight against the housing shortage. “This decision will allow 420 fine files to be unfreezed,” continues Ian Brossat. The town hall cou



"This is excellent news,"

says Ian Brossat, deputy mayor of Paris in charge of housing.

On Thursday, the city won an important victory against seasonal rental platforms: the Court of Cassation ruled that its regulations comply with European law, and adapted to the fight against the housing shortage.

“This decision will allow 420 fine files to be unfreezed,”

continues Ian Brossat.

The town hall could receive 9 million euros for these illegal rentals of multi-owners who rent second homes full time. ”

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The case dates back to 2015: seized by the town hall, the District Court fined a real estate company (Cali Apartments SCI) to 5,000 euros for the illegal rental of a studio.

On appeal, the fine goes to 15,000 euros.

But the SCI appealed in cassation, questioning the conformity of a very restrictive municipal regulation: changing the use of a dwelling requires buying at least equivalent retail space,

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Source: lefigaro

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