Real Estate Law

ldrop2052  2023-2024  Louvain-la-Neuve

Real Estate Law
5.00 credits
30.0 h
Durant Isabelle; Jauniaux Olivier (compensates Durant Isabelle); Maquet Jean-Charles (compensates Durant Isabelle);
Main themes
The course is divided into two parts. In a first part, the private facets of the acquisition of a built real estate are examined, considering that an acquisition may result from a primary mode (such as construction) or from a secondary mode (such as contractual transfer). The second part of the course is devoted to private facets relating to possession of built real estates, considering that possession may result from a ius in re (real or property right) or ius ad rem (obligatory right). For each of those two parts, sometimes basic knowledge are detailed (sale contract, contract of hiring of work, liability of builders, etc.), sometimes new acts are studied (Act "Breyne", Act relating to Commercial Leases, Time-Sharing, etc.).
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Master [120] in Law

Master [120] in Law (shift schedule)