The law of mobilization for housing and the fight against exclusion was introduced in the Act of July 6, 1989 a provision which had the effect of seriously disrupting the rental market for students.
No need to recall in effect, that since the law of mobilization for housing and the fight against exclusion from March 25, 2009, Article 22-1 of Law No. 89-462 of July 6, 1989 which prohibits the lessor insurance cover unpaid rent to request bail. Insurance unpaid rent classic Warranties Rent Arrears (GLI) refused student records on the grounds that solvency requirements were not met because they can request a surety parents.
Published in the Official Gazette of November 25, 2009, Law No. 2009-1437 of 24 November 2009 on vocational guidance and vocational training throughout life, now allows a donor who purchased the insurance guarantee against unpaid rents to ask a student or apprentice tenant security. The text is now changed and now reads: “The bond can not be claimed by a landlord who has taken out insurance guaranteeing the lease obligations of the tenant, except in housing rented to a student or apprentice.”
Attention is always prohibits a lessor, for leases subject to the Act of July 6, 1989 concluded the law of mobilization for housing and the fight against exclusion from March 25, 2009, to combine insurance and unpaid rent surety bond. This prohibition applies to most tenants students or apprentices for which cumulation becomes possible now that insurance is a LRG or GLI.