The Minister in charge of Housing Emmanuelle Wargon supported Monday, September 14 an amendment on the project to accelerate and simplify public action aimed at facilitating the eviction of squatters, after an owner saw his second home occupied by a family without his consent, on the Côte d'Azur.
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The property of a retiree located in Théoule-sur-Mer has been occupied for almost three weeks, since the end of August, by a family and their children.
Her property was returned and "
accommodation offered to the occupying family
," said Emmanuelle Wargon in a press release.
Acceleration of procedures
Faced with this situation, she began "in-
" with her services "
from last Monday
", she said.
This study "
" according to her "
the need to improve and simplify the law in order, in particular, to accelerate the time limits for procedures and to reaffirm the principles of protection of owners and tenants against squatters
It is for this reason that I support the amendment tabled by the rapporteur of the bill 'Acceleration and simplification of public action' (Asap), the deputy Guillaume Kasbarian
", she said. Explain.
This amendment says a very simple thing: whether it is a main residence or a secondary residence, or even an occasional residence, from the moment you find a squatter at home, you file a complaint, you make it clear that it is good. at home and then you call the prefect,
”also detailed the minister on RTL.
The prefect has 48 hours to answer you and at the end of 48 hours the prefect himself gives notice to the squatter to leave
", she continued, adding that this "
will greatly accelerate the procedures