Aurélien Fortunato is a post-doctoral fellow at the Université of Lille Droit et Santé (CRD&P - Demogue team), after having defended a thesis entitled "Clauses and restrictive competition practices" (Pr. D. Voinot dir.). He teaches digital, business and contract law, and his post-doctoral research focuses on the area of collaborative economy.
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Doctor of Law
Post-doctoral fellow at the Université of Lille Droit et Santé
Faculté des Sciences juridiques, politiques et sociales
Centre René Demogue
Bureau B.2.20
1, Place Déliot
59 000 Lille


Good practices and collaborative Economy (CRDP - Fondation MAIF)

Research Areas

Business law
Consumer law
Competition law
Contract law
Digital law
Unfair commercial practices



Good practices and collaborative economy

France: conformity of local regulations concerning short-term tourist rentals with European law

About: CJEU decision, aff. C-724/18 and C-727/18, sept. 22, 2020. Renting accommodation in which one does not live on Air BnB is considered a commercial activity under French law. The exercise of a commercial activity in premises presupposes that the premises have a commercial purpose, within the meaning of town planning law. These premises are […]

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Short-term furnished rental: the importance of local French regulation.

In the area of short-term furnished rental, in particular passing by Air BNB, France has adopted a complete regulation. The rules focus on owners who offer short-term rental of dwellings they do not occupy, i.e. secondary residences. It is then necessary, before any announcement online, to make an administrative pre-rental declaration, and to address it […]

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France: First sanction of a short-term accommodation platform in application of the Digital Republic Law… and first extensions.

Judgment: Tribunal d’instance, 6ème arrondissement de Paris, 06 feb. 2018, n°RG11-17-000190. Context: The Digital Republic law (Law n°2016-1321, 6 October 2016) has created rules concerning platforms. Some of these rules are general, such as the obligation to provide loyal information to users (Consumption Code, art. L. 111-7), and others are more specific, such as the […]