Collective establishements

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Collective establishements

Collective establishments are considered to be those dwellings or buildings destined to be inhabited by persons who are subject to a common authority or regime, dependent on an economic institution or otherwise.

Collective establishments are considered to be both those that are, strictly speaking, referred to as collective establishments (convents, barracks, refuges, student residences, prisons, etc.) along with hotels, guesthouses and similar establishments.

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