PROVISIONS COMMON TO CERTAIN INSTITUTIONS IN THE FIELD OF THE ENVIRONMENT
LexInter | May 3, 2003 | 0 Comments

PROVISIONS COMMON TO CERTAIN INSTITUTIONS IN THE FIELD OF THE ENVIRONMENT

Article L132-1
The Environment and Energy Management Agency, the Coastal Space and Lake Shores Conservatory, the water agencies and the National Fund for Historic Monuments and Sites can exercise the recognized rights to the civil party with regard to facts causing direct or indirect damage to the interests they are intended to defend and constituting an infringement of the legislative provisions relating to the protection of nature and the environment, to the improvement of living environment, the protection of water, air, soil, sites and landscapes, town planning or having for object the fight against pollution and nuisances, as well as the texts taken for their application.
Without prejudice to compensation for other damage suffered, the legal persons of public law mentioned in the previous paragraph that have intervened materially or financially are entitled to reimbursement, by the person or persons responsible, of the costs incurred by them.
The chambers of agriculture, national natural parks and regional forest property centers may also exercise the rights granted to the civil party under the conditions defined above.
Article L132-2
Representative agricultural and forestry trade unions as well as chambers of agriculture and regional forest property centers are called upon within the framework of the laws and regulations in force to participate in the action of the public authorities in matters of environmental protection. or space management, when it comes to rural areas.

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