The Groupe de Recherches et d'Etude du Droit de l'Immobilier, de l'Aménagement, de l'Urbanisme et de la Construction (G.R.E.D.I.A.U.C. - EA 3786) was born from the following observation: the perception of the building supposes a transversal, multidisciplinary approach. In a scientific approach, the aim is to grasp the building in all its dimensions, from its construction to its disappearance, including its management and transmission, and to take into account its particularities and the relationships it has with people and things, both from a specific point of view and from an overall perspective. This requires going beyond the summa divisio between public and private law.
It is with this in mind that Jean-Louis Bergel, Professor Emeritus, lawyer, and specialist in both real estate law and legal theory, was able to shape and develop the G.R.E.D.I.A.U.C. It is this dynamic that the current G.R.E.D.I.A.U.C. team intends to pursue, while adapting to the new challenges of real estate law.
The research laboratory constitutes, through the competences of its teachers-researchers, its doctoral students and the publications they generate, the privileged tool for the study of real estate. A training offer grafted on this atypical transverse model is attached to this laboratory. These activities have only one objective: to allow practitioners and theoreticians of the building to better understand the stakes of the building. We hope that this website will allow you to better know the GREDIAUC and its members.
All approaches to real estate are considered: real estate as such, real estate in its relationship with other real estate, real estate and its relationship with persons or between persons: construction, urban planning, development, leases, property law, public property, specific responsibilities, etc.
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