59. Jurisdiction relating to landlord and tenant matters.

In proceedings which have as their object rights in rem in immovable property or tenancies of immovable property, the courts of the member state of the European Union in which the property is situated have exclusive jurisdiction, regardless of the domicile of the parties1. However, in proceedings which have as their object tenancies of immovable property concluded for temporary private use for a maximum period of six consecutive months, the courts of the member state in which the defendant is domiciled also have jurisdiction, provided that the tenant is a natural person and that the landlord and the tenant