How do you define an unfurnished dwelling?
According to the law, furnished accommodation is defined as "decent accommodation equipped with a sufficient number and quality of furnishings to enable the tenant to sleep, eat and live suitably in terms of the requirements of everyday life" (art. 25-4 of the 1989 law), unlike unfurnished accommodation, which is an empty dwelling with no furnishings.
Regulations stipulate that furnished accommodation must include at least the following items:
- Bedding with duvet or blanket
- Shutters or curtains in the bedrooms
- Oven or microwave oven
- Freezer or freezer compartment of the refrigerator with a maximum temperature of -6°
- Sufficient crockery for occupants to eat meals
- Cooking tools
- Storage shelves
- Housekeeping equipment adapted to the characteristics of the accommodation (vacuum cleaner
- if there is carpet, broom and mop for tiling, etc.)