The UNESCO Housing Chair contributes to the book “Tenancy Law and Housing Policy in Europe Towards Regulatory Equilibrium”

Tenancy law has developed in all EU member states for decades, or even centuries, but constitutes a widely blank space in comparative and European law. This book, (edited by Christoph U. Schmid, Centre of European Law and Politics, Bremen University in Germany) fills an important gap in the literature by considering the diverse and complex panorama of housing policies, markets and their legal regulation across Europe. Expert contributors argue that that while unification is neither politically desired nor opportune, a European recommendation of best practices including draft rules and default contracts implementing a regulatory equilibrium would be a rewarding step forward.

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