Tiny house: Law and Regulations

In France, Tiny Houses are generally not recognised as habitable dwellings and therefore have no legal status. French local authorities are therefore not allowed to issue permits for tiny houses, nor are they obliged to provide services such as water and electricity.

In Europe, Tiny Houses are generally accepted in some countries and not in others. For example, Finland, the Netherlands and the UK all have policies that allow tiny houses.

Internationally, there are no specific laws regarding tiny houses. However, most countries have some form of zoning and building regulations that can apply to tiny houses. In addition, many countries have adopted sustainable building codes that could apply to tiny houses.

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