- The typical profiles concerned
- The objectives of the backup plan of a condominium
- Backup plan for a condo: the steps
When a co-ownership encounters such difficulties that it can no longer find a solution by itself, there is an aid tool: the backup plan. This system put in place by the public authorities in 1996 makes it possible to grant emergency aid adapted to condominiums, to find solutions and to rectify the situation.
The typical profiles concerned
Condominiums are sometimes faced with management problems that may endanger the building. To avoid disastrous and far-reaching situations, the State has chosen to to the backup plan, a financial assistance and logistics to break the deadlock.
The main sources of dysfunction in condominiums are often the result of financial problems or damage to structures that put residents at risk. There are also cases as diverse as unpaid major charges, problems of insalubrity, inadequate management, indebtedness, security risks, situations resulting in water cuts or heating...
The objectives of the backup plan of a condominium
The goal of the safeguarding plan is to take over the various problems of a co-ownership and to coordinate the different actions. For this, measures taken jointly between stakeholders of the public power and the actors of the co-ownership are set up. A driving walk is defined with a schedule of interventions, a financing plan, evaluation models and project monitoring at the end of the assistance.
The areas of action may concern the legal situation, the management and administration of the co-ownership, the restoration of common areas or dwellings (unhealthy housing), the restoration of essential services (heating, electricity, water, elevator... ), support for people in difficulty (help with procedures, relocation...), carrying out emergency work...
Backup plan for a condo: the steps
The request for a backup plan can come from the town hall, associations having a stake in the rehabilitation of a co-ownership (inhabitants, co-owners, residents...),'EPCI (public establishment of intercommunal cooperation), but also directly of the prefect of department. It is also the latter who is in charge of validating, forming a commission and follow the backup plan.
The commission's mission is to establish a diagnosis, to constitute the safeguarding plan and to present it for approval to the various stakeholders (prefect, mayor, president of the EPCI, president of the General Council) in order to unlock public aid. Once informed, the co-ownership trustee submits the project to the vote of the general assembly. If the project is not adopted, a judge may be seized to appoint a provisional administrator. If the project is adopted, a coordinator appointed by the public authorities is responsible for carry out the execution of the preservation plan of the co-ownership.