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Furnished tenancy, which used to be free, has become a protean reality which the legislator has progressively taken over by creating sub-contracts, special regimes of public order and the implementation of strict regulatory measures. In this study, an overview of the legislative arsenal of furnished leases precedes the presentation of the problems specific to each category of furnished leases, beginning with a first section devoted to furnished leases under common law, which are necessarily the tenant’s principal residence.

A second section deals with “short-term” furnished rentals. Two key measures of the ELAN law of November 23, 2018 deserve to be examined more closely in light of the latest practical.