Delegation Of The Right Of Preemption
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Delegation Of The Right Of Preemption

URBAN PLANNING CODE
(Regulatory Part – Decrees of the Council of State)

SECTION I: Delegation of the right of pre-emption

Article R213-1

(Decree nº 86-516 of March 14, 1986 art. 4 Official Journal of March 16, 1986 in force on June 1, 1987)
(Decree nº 92-967 of September 10, 1992 art. 3 I Official Journal of September 11, 1992)

   The delegation of the right of preemption provided for in Article L. 213-3 results from a deliberation by the deliberative body of the holder of the right of preemption.

   This deliberation specifies, where applicable, the conditions to which the delegation is subject.

   This delegation can be withdrawn by a deliberation taken in the same forms.

Article R213-2

(Decree No. 76-277 of March 29, 1976 Official Journal of March 30, 1976, date of entry into force APRIL 1, 1976)
(Decree nº 86-516 of March 14, 1986 art. 4 Official Journal of March 16, 1986 in force on June 1, 1987)
(Decree nº 92-967 of September 10, 1992 art. 3 I Official Journal of September 11, 1992)

   The delegation may also result from the insertion of a specific clause in a development concession treaty. In this case, the delegation takes effect from the date on which the concession treaty is enforceable.

Article R213-3

(Decree nº 86-516 of March 14, 1986 art. 4 Official Journal of March 16, 1986 in force on June 1, 1987)
(Decree nº 92-967 of September 10, 1992 art. 2 I Official Journal of September 11, 1992)

   In Articles R. 211-1 et seq., R. 212-1 et seq. And R. 213-4 et seq., The expression “holder of the right of pre-emption” also means, if applicable, the delegate of this right

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