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'''Squatting''' is still a great way to find a nice place to stay for a longer period.
 
'''Squatting''' is still a great way to find a nice place to stay for a longer period.
  
In some [[Europe]]an countries the law could be on your side when squatting. The [[Netherlands]] come to mind.
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== Europe ==
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In some [[Europe]]an countries the law could be on your side when squatting.  
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=== The [[Netherlands]] ===
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In the Netherlands, squatting is illegal since October 2010. However, when you do manage to squat a property and have a bed and kitchen table in before the police shows up, you cannot be evicted right away. This is because the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) rules the right on a place to live higher than the right of ownership. That in return means the owner has to go through a court trial to evict you, taking a minimum of 6 weeks. After that you will be faced with a ~250 euro fine though.
  
 
== Resources ==
 
== Resources ==

Revision as of 12:39, 13 September 2013

Squatting is still a great way to find a nice place to stay for a longer period.

Europe

In some European countries the law could be on your side when squatting.

The Netherlands

In the Netherlands, squatting is illegal since October 2010. However, when you do manage to squat a property and have a bed and kitchen table in before the police shows up, you cannot be evicted right away. This is because the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) rules the right on a place to live higher than the right of ownership. That in return means the owner has to go through a court trial to evict you, taking a minimum of 6 weeks. After that you will be faced with a ~250 euro fine though.

Resources

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