Monday, May 16

Nicolas Dupont-Aignan: “with me the prefects would have instructions to dislodge the squatters”

Nicolas Dupont-Aignan was the guest of Jean-Marc Morandini in Face à la rue, on CNEWS. Live from Bobigny (Seine-Saint-Denis), he reacted to the testimony of a man whose house is squatted: “The prefects with me would have instructions to dislodge people and return the houses to the inhabitants”.

This resident of Bobigny said he was taken into police custody for trying to dislodge the squatters from the home. “It’s my mother’s place, she’s the owner. Today she is outside, she is in my situation, ”said Youssef at the microphone of Jean-Marc Morandini.

A squatter risks up to 1 year in prison and a fine of 15,000 euros for entering a dwelling, and the same penalty for occupying a dwelling. However, even if the squatter is illegal, a landlord does not have the right to force the squatters to leave the premises by himself. This is a provision enshrined in law. This explains why this resident of Bobigny was placed in police custody after trying, with a group, to dislodge the squatters by themselves.

It is imperative to go through the prefect to give formal notice to people who illegally occupy accommodation, after proving that you are the tenant or owner. The prefecture must then call in the police if the squatters refuse to leave the premises. Procedures that can sometimes take time.

“It’s always the same thing. It is the victims who are suspected. It is the authors who are protected, that is the problem”, reacted Nicolas Dupont-Aignan. “The prefects with me would have instructions to dislodge people and return the houses to the inhabitants,” said the presidential candidate.

Reference-www.cnews.fr

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