Airbnb's detractors saw it as the invisible hand of the American giant. The examination of a transpartisan bill (PPL) - a first - to better regulate the rise of seasonal rentals in tense areas has been postponed indefinitely. This proposal was due to go to committee on 31 May and to the Chamber on 12 June. Supported by the Renaissance MP of Brittany Annaïg le Meur, and the Socialist MP for Pyrénées-Atlantiques Iñaki Echaniz, it includes three articles: recasting taxation, by increasing from 71% to 50% the allowance for furnished tourist accommodation, generalizing the ban on the rental of thermal strainers to furnished tourist accommodation and finally allowing communities of less than 200,000 inhabitants to have a look at the change of use of housing.
Individuals who have become accustomed to renting with Airbnb and making ends meet take a dim view of this possible toughening of the law. This is particularly the case in "communities...
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