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No. 74. Law establishing a Governmental Commission for Housing (1). We the Captains Regent of the Most Serene Republic of San Marino availing ourselves of the faculty concesseCi by the Great and General Council in His Returning models December 19, 1945; We decree, promulgate and publish the following Law: Art. 1. E 'established a Government Commission for housing which has the task of providing housing to those families in need in San Marino to those individuals who are forced to live in confined spaces, unhygienic, indecent; to examine, in agreement with the Office of Health, coll'Ufficio Technician, Confederation of Labour glue, glue Agrarian Commission, the hygienic conditions of civilian homes and farmhouses and the obligation to provide for their rehabilitation; to regulate rents and their fair rent. Art. 2. The Government Commission consists of a Chairman of two Members. Art. 3. To collaborate Central Government Commission glue, will be called Juntas Auxiliary, set up in each constituency. Art. 4. The executive tasks will be decommitted by the Inspector of Police Urbana. Art. 5. The Commission will have a census of San Marino families are housed in premises not suitable for use in residential, with a ranking in order of severity and urgency, and at the same time for a census of housing which lends itself to provide accommodation to families or individuals who are in more and more 'urgent need. The accommodation must be made within each region and possibly in full agreement with the building owners for the selection of tenants. Art. 6. In addition to the accommodation of families and badly housed people, the Commission, by means of subordinate organs, is in charge of the San Marino family accommodation, which while not in a state of destitution, were recognized in conditions of having to co Attorney another accommodation. Art. 7. The Commission, with the assistance of the Office and the relevant bodies, has the task of carrying out a census of housing that do not correspond to the needs and conditions of the hygiene Regulations, determining and imposing on owners the renovation work that It may be necessary, consistent current circumstances hill, and assigning a final deadline for the execution of the works. In case of default, it may, subject to the order of the Most Excellent Regency, to perform office tasks, and charge the cost to the owner. Art. 8. The Commission also has the task of determining the fair rent of housing and used as shop premises, taking into account the importance of the various rural towns, the amplitude of accommodation, their comfort and their location. Art. 9. All leases, without exception, must be tipulate by contract written and signed, compiled by L. 5 of stamped paper, in which must report the leased spaces, the terms of the lease and so on. The leases in progress will have to be transmitted in copy to the Inspector of Urban Police within 30 days from the entry into force of this Act, and subsequent agreements must be submitted within eight days of their signature. Art. 10. The hoteliers and those who yield to rent furnished rooms will have to obtain the approval of the Governmental Commission for fixing the pr zzo exposed and take the table with the indication of the set fees. Art. 11. Until further notice evictions from apartments and rooms rooms generally, also for shop use, will not be carried out without prior approval of the Government Commission. Art. 12. In the case of measures and requisitions adopted by the Commission, the relevant decrees shall be signed by the Ecc.ma Regency. Art. 13. Anyone violating the provisions established in the previous articles will be punished according to the law. Art. 14. This Act repeals the previous decrees on housing and rent and shall enter into force on the date of its publication. Given at Our Residence, this day of 28 December 1945 (1645 dFR). THE CAPTAINS REGENT Ferruccio Hammers - According to Fiorini THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR INTERNAL AFFAIRS Giuseppe Forcellini (1) Already published separately at the date of promulgation.
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