Au Royaume-Uni, le Crown Estate (c'est-à-dire le « Domaine Royal » ou « Domaine de la Couronne ») gère le portefeuille des actifs associés à la Couronne britannique. Auparavant, il s'agissait de l'ensemble des biens possédés par les souverains.

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  • Au Royaume-Uni, le Crown Estate (c'est-à-dire le « Domaine Royal » ou « Domaine de la Couronne ») gère le portefeuille des actifs associés à la Couronne britannique. Auparavant, il s'agissait de l'ensemble des biens possédés par les souverains. Cela a évolué vers une institution unique qui transfère ses recettes au HM Treasury (le « Trésor de Sa Majesté ») c'est-à-dire le Ministère des Finances.Le Crown Estate est l'un des plus importants propriétaires terriens du Royaume-Uni avec un portefeuille dépassant les 9 milliards d'euros. La majorité du domaine en valeur est urbain (plus de 30.000 hectares), notamment un grand nombre de propriétés dans le centre de Londres, mais il comprend aussi plus de 110 000 hectares de forêts et terres agricoles, plus de 55 % des estrans britannique et détient nombre de droits et participations. Parmi ces avoirs, on compte par exemple l'hippodrome d'Ascot ou encore l'ambassade d'Israël à Londres.
  • Nel Regno Unito, la Crown Estate è un portafoglio finanziario di proprietà della Corona britannica. La Crown Estate non è mai stata una proprietà privata del monarca regnante e quindi non possono essere venduti da lui / lei, né le entrate da esso appartengono al monarca personalmente. È gestito da un'organizzazione indipendente diretta dalla Crown Estate Commissioners. L'eccedenza delle entrate è versata ogni anno alla HM Treasury. La Crown Estate deve rispondere al Parlamento, al quale fa rapporto ogni anno.La Crown Estate è uno dei più grandi possidenti nel Regno Unito con un portafoglio di £6.2 miliardi di sterline, con immobili urbani valutati £4 miliardi e immobili di campagna valutati £972 milioni; un profitto annuale di £210.7 milioni, al 15 luglio 2010. La maggior parte delle proprietà si trova nelle città, incluso un gran numero di proprietà nel centro di Londra, ma la società ossiede anche 107.000 ettari di terra coltivata e foreste, più del 55% delle spiagge del Regno Unito e conserva vari altri averi e diritti, per esempio l'Ippodromo di Ascot e il Windsor Great Park.
  • Im Vereinigten Königreich ist der Crown Estate das Krongut im Besitz der britischen Krone. Wie die Kronjuwelen gehört er dem Monarchen in seiner Eigenschaft als Staatsoberhaupt, ist aber nicht dessen privates Eigentum und kann nicht durch ihn verkauft werden; ebenso wenig gehören die Erlöse daraus ihm persönlich. 1760 trat George III. den Crown Estate an die HM Treasury ab und erhielt als Gegenleistung eine jährliche Zahlung, die Zivilliste. Verwaltet wird der Crown Estate von einer unabhängigen Organisation, die von Crown Estate Commissioners geführt wird und gegenüber dem Parlament rechenschaftspflichtig ist. Das Portfolio hatte im Jahr 2013 einen Wert von 8,6 Milliarden Pfund.
  • In the United Kingdom, the Crown Estate is a property portfolio owned by the Crown. The Estate is one of the largest property owners in the United Kingdom with a portfolio worth £8.1 billion, with urban properties valued at around £4 billion, and rural holdings valued at £1.049 billion; and an annual profit of £240.2 million, as at 31 March 2012. The majority of the estate by value is urban, including a large number of properties in central London, but the estate also owns 144,000 ha (356,000 ac) of agricultural land and forest, more than half of the UK's foreshore, and retains various other traditional holdings and rights, for example Ascot racecourse and Windsor Great Park.Although nominally belonging to the monarch and inherent with the accession of the throne, like the Crown Jewels, the Crown Estate is not the private property of the reigning monarch and cannot be sold by him or her, nor do any revenues, or debts, from the estate accrue to the monarch, as they no longer govern in person. That role has been replaced by the de facto authority of Parliament. The Royal Family is not barred from ownership of private property: Balmoral Castle in Scotland, for example, was purchased by Prince Albert, consort to Queen Victoria, and not by the Queen herself and is not part of the Crown Estate. In 1760 George III surrendered the revenue of the Crown Estate to HM Treasury as part of an exchange which relieved the monarch of all responsibility for: the cost of the civil government the national debt accrued by previous monarchs, and his own personal debt.In return, he received an annual grant known as the Civil List. By tradition, each subsequent monarch has agreed to this formality as part of the ritual of his or her accession. However, from 1 April 2012, under the terms of the Sovereign Grant Act 2011 (SSG), the Civil List was abolished, and in the future each monarch will receive from the Treasury a stipulated percentage of the Crown Estate's annual net revenue (currently set at 15%). This does not infer any legal right to the revenue of the Crown Estate itself on the reigning monarch, or change the nature of its ownership: it is simply a benchmark by which the SSG is set as a grant by Parliament.The Crown Estate is managed by an independent organisation headed by the Crown Estate Commissioners. The surplus revenue from the Estate is paid each year to HM Treasury. The Crown Estate is formally accountable to Parliament, to which it makes an annual report.
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  • Au Royaume-Uni, le Crown Estate (c'est-à-dire le « Domaine Royal » ou « Domaine de la Couronne ») gère le portefeuille des actifs associés à la Couronne britannique. Auparavant, il s'agissait de l'ensemble des biens possédés par les souverains.
  • In the United Kingdom, the Crown Estate is a property portfolio owned by the Crown. The Estate is one of the largest property owners in the United Kingdom with a portfolio worth £8.1 billion, with urban properties valued at around £4 billion, and rural holdings valued at £1.049 billion; and an annual profit of £240.2 million, as at 31 March 2012.
  • Im Vereinigten Königreich ist der Crown Estate das Krongut im Besitz der britischen Krone. Wie die Kronjuwelen gehört er dem Monarchen in seiner Eigenschaft als Staatsoberhaupt, ist aber nicht dessen privates Eigentum und kann nicht durch ihn verkauft werden; ebenso wenig gehören die Erlöse daraus ihm persönlich. 1760 trat George III. den Crown Estate an die HM Treasury ab und erhielt als Gegenleistung eine jährliche Zahlung, die Zivilliste.
  • Nel Regno Unito, la Crown Estate è un portafoglio finanziario di proprietà della Corona britannica. La Crown Estate non è mai stata una proprietà privata del monarca regnante e quindi non possono essere venduti da lui / lei, né le entrate da esso appartengono al monarca personalmente. È gestito da un'organizzazione indipendente diretta dalla Crown Estate Commissioners. L'eccedenza delle entrate è versata ogni anno alla HM Treasury.
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