This landlord forcibly evicts his tenant who no longer pays his rent

Author: Clark Tos
2022-11-02 13:06:02

Focus on a new eviction case against the backdrop of a dispute between landlord and tenant. Details.

He was starting to find the time long!

A owner , whose accommodation had been illegally occupied for almost a year, ended up having his tenant forcibly evicted, report our colleagues from La Dépêche.

Since December 2021, a certain Michel Fraïssé had despaired of the idea of ​​​​recovering his apartment , located in the city center of Cahors (Lot).

All his attempts to win his case had so far ended in failure and the person concerned had ended up losing patience.

She illegally occupies a home but her landlord ends up forcibly evicting her

To fully understand this dispute, we must go back two years, in January 2019. At the time, a person who will be named Aurélie entered Michel's apartment.

A 3-year lease is then signed but, a few months later, the owner expresses his desire to put his property up for sale and informs his tenant .

« In June, we warned her that the contract would not be renewed. We wanted to sell “, says Michel in the columns of the Dispatch.

A letter is therefore sent to Aurélie to offer her to buy the apartment, but the latter declines the proposal, while noting the end of the lease.

But at the end of the latter in December 2021, Aurélie refuses to leave the apartment. A rehousing solution in the same street with a more attractive rent is even offered to him, but nothing helps.

Then begins a standoff between the two parties which will reach its climax when the tenant accuses his landlord of assault. Facts that the interested party contests.

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After taking the case to court, Michel finally thought he saw the end of the tunnel last April when the Cahors court ruled in his favor. But despite the dispatch of several bailiffs “ who were kicked out “On the contrary, the situation has only worsened.

The occupant, who no longer paid her rent since the Caf had stopped paying her aid, was finally expelled last week, following the intervention of the prefect Mireille Larrède, just a few days before the start of the truce. winter, started on 1 is November.

A relief for Michel Fraïssé who will still have spent 17,500 euros in legal costs in this case.

Source : The Dispatch