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oa Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa - The Swedish tenant-ownership model as an alternative to apartment ownership (sectional titles)

 

Abstract

On the whole tenant-ownership represents a fairly uncomplicated means to cope effectively with the Swedish housing problems. Besides providing relative security of title coupled with owner-like powers of use and enjoyment, the relatively low running costs of the institution brings it into reach of a greater percentage of the Swedish population. Again, the fact that the tenant owners are united in a larger legal entity, namely the cooperative, allows them to bargain collectively in the political sector to safeguard their interests. In this sense the tenant-ownership scheme represents a convincing reflection of the housing policy of the modem welfare state.

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1996-03-01
2016-12-06
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