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"Muu" projekt MOIEO12061R
MOIEO12061R "TENLAW - üüriõigus ja elamupoliitika multitasandilises Euroopas (1.04.2012−30.09.2015)", Irene Kull, Tartu Ülikool, Tartu Ülikool, Õigusteaduskond, Eraõiguse instituut.
MOIEO12061R
TENLAW - üüriõigus ja elamupoliitika multitasandilises Euroopas
TENLAW - Tenancy Law and Housing Policy in Multi-level Europe
TENLAW - Tenancy Law and Housing Policy in Multi-level Europe
1.04.2012
30.09.2015
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
Muu
ValdkondAlamvaldkondCERCS erialaFrascati Manual’i erialaProtsent
2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur2.7. ÕigusteadusS144 Tööstus- ja kaubandusõigus5.4. Teised sotsiaalteadused (sotsiaal- ja kultuurantropoloogia, etnoloogia, demograafia, inim-, majandus- ja sotsiaalgeograafia, munitsipaal- ja regionaalplaneering, haldusjuhtimine, õigusteadus, lingvistika, politoloogia, sotsioloogia jne.30,0
2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur2.11. SotsiaalteadusedS230 Sotsiaalne geograafia5.4. Teised sotsiaalteadused (sotsiaal- ja kultuurantropoloogia, etnoloogia, demograafia, inim-, majandus- ja sotsiaalgeograafia, munitsipaal- ja regionaalplaneering, haldusjuhtimine, õigusteadus, lingvistika, politoloogia, sotsioloogia jne.30,0
2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur2.7. ÕigusteadusS130 Tsiviilõigus: era-, perekonna-, abielu-, pärimis-, pärandus-, omandi-, pandi-, võlaõigus5.4. Teised sotsiaalteadused (sotsiaal- ja kultuurantropoloogia, etnoloogia, demograafia, inim-, majandus- ja sotsiaalgeograafia, munitsipaal- ja regionaalplaneering, haldusjuhtimine, õigusteadus, lingvistika, politoloogia, sotsioloogia jne.40,0
AsutusRollPeriood
Tartu Ülikoolpartner01.04.2012−30.09.2015
Tartu Ülikool, Õigusteaduskond, Eraõiguse instituutpartner01.04.2012−30.09.2015
AsutusRiikTüüp
Euroopa Komisjon
PerioodSumma
01.04.2012−30.09.2015149 072,00 EUR
149 072,00 EUR
7.raamprogramm

Private tenancy law is existentially affecting the daily lives of European citizens, as about one third of them, in some countries even more than 50%, depend on rental housing.Residential tenancies are thus factually the most important branch of consumer law though they are not normally included in this field. The good functioning of tenancy law and adjudication is therefore of crucial importance for the legitimacy of the legal system in the eyes of citizens. However, its performance in tenancy law depends increasingly, just as with most other branches of law, on its multi-level legal, economic and social context. At Member State level, tenancy law is everywhere a prominent and usually well documented and researched branch of the legal system. More than most other areas of private law, tenancy law has regulatory character in that it is strongly embedded in its larger social, political and economic context: that of housing economy and policy. At European level, tenancy law constitutes one of the last nearly blank spaces on the landscape of European private and comparative law. In a first step, the project analyses national tenancy laws in all EU Member States and their embeddedness in, and effects on, national housing markets and policies in a comparative approach. In a second step, the effect of EU legislation on national housing markets in general and national tenancy law in particular will be analysed in a comparative perspective. This means that all European policies and legal instruments which affect our field will be analysed (a) in theory and (b) as regards their practical impact in the various Member States. Third step will be the analysis of national tenancy law, as shaped by housing policy and economy on the one hand and the implications of EU laws and policies on the other - should enable an interdisciplinary overall portrait of national rent or tenancy system. In a fourth step, which builds on the previous two steps, a possible role for the EU in tenancy law will be investigated.
Private tenancy law is existentially affecting the daily lives of European citizens, as about one third of them, in some countries even more than 50%, depend on rental housing.Residential tenancies are thus factually the most important branch of consumer law though they are not normally included in this field. The good functioning of tenancy law and adjudication is therefore of crucial importance for the legitimacy of the legal system in the eyes of citizens. However, its performance in tenancy law depends increasingly, just as with most other branches of law, on its multi-level legal, economic and social context. At Member State level, tenancy law is everywhere a prominent and usually well documented and researched branch of the legal system. More than most other areas of private law, tenancy law has regulatory character in that it is strongly embedded in its larger social, political and economic context: that of housing economy and policy. At European level, tenancy law constitutes one of the last nearly blank spaces on the landscape of European private and comparative law. In a first step, the project analyses national tenancy laws in all EU Member States and their embeddedness in, and effects on, national housing markets and policies in a comparative approach. In a second step, the effect of EU legislation on national housing markets in general and national tenancy law in particular will be analysed in a comparative perspective. This means that all European policies and legal instruments which affect our field will be analysed (a) in theory and (b) as regards their practical impact in the various Member States. Third step will be the analysis of national tenancy law, as shaped by housing policy and economy on the one hand and the implications of EU laws and policies on the other - should enable an interdisciplinary overall portrait of national rent or tenancy system. In a fourth step, which builds on the previous two steps, a possible role for the EU in tenancy law will be investigated.
TegevusProtsent
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