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Le droit au logement en France et en Italie

Abstract : Man no longer truly lives somewhere, he shelters. To live somewhere would entail a “part of the world” belonging to the individual in order for the évènement de demeurer to arise. The right to adequate housing conveys a democratic requirement that must be taken seriously. This requirement reveals itself inevitably as an expression of a certain openness of positive law to the present, the law being unable to ignore its surroundings. The individual constantly questions his resources when they are insufficient or no longer ensure a dignified existence and turns, if needs be, to national solidarity as a remedy. Consequently, it is important to analyse the normative substance of the right to adequate housing in the light of the convergence of its international and national sources. This enrichment furthers the application of these norms, by the principle of subsidiarity, by the actors closest to the social misery upon whom it bears to give meaning to the right to adequate housing.
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Ouahab Bourekhoum. Le droit au logement en France et en Italie. Droit. Université de Toulon, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012TOUL0072⟩. ⟨tel-00879793⟩



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