In Aveyron, what remains of private property?

The Union Nationale des Propriétaires de l’Aveyron (Unpi12) organized its statutory general assembly and this legal obligation gave rise to a round table around the real estate issue, both in Europe, in France and in Aveyron. Three stairs explored by the guests, at the forefront of the question of private property.

Emmanuelle Causse, secretary general of the International Union of Real Estate Owners since 2020, director of the Brussels office since 2009, shed light on the European political decision that directly impacts the interests of small owners. Through his presentation, he showed how the decisions of Brussels “It concerns us all. We have just voted in the elections and we have to understand that the European Commission has an impact”says the one who spends his time defending the interests of the two employers.

Guy Laurens, the president of the Unpi12, had also invited Sylvain Grataloup, the national president, doctor in law, doctor at the University Jean-Moulin Lyon 3, the latter underlined “the operation of the tenants and the society of the owners Having the property, makes it available to the population”.. The third guest, Jean-Marc Calvet, first elected in Rignac and president of the association of mayors of Aveyron, sets out to present the consequences of the property tax within the municipalities and the countries “Part of the property tax is not kept by the municipality, it is the State that recovers it. This is an aberration for me, because in addition, a part is returned to the richest municipalities, such as Nice , Cannes or Neuilly measure”he indicated.

This insight allowed us to show how the owners (70% of whom occupy their homes) contribute to the general interest, wherever they are. “heavily taxed”as demonstrated by Emmanuelle Causse, in her intervention on European fiscal policy.

Important interventions that have shown, if necessary, how Unpi12 is a reference in the defense of small owners, but also in its ability to advise on legal matters and support, throughout the process of different leases (furnished or empty, commercial etc.). Dominique Costes, president of the CCI, received all these guests and the public, comfortably seated in the Amphi, with a small note addressed to “Owners, who also make their homes available to companies, who bring professionals to Aveyron for work”.

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