The Marseille court this week ordered the eviction of a couple and their two children who have been squatting since August 11 in a 50 m3 T3 located at Chutes-Lavie (4th).
The summary judge gave the occupants a month without the right or title to leave the accommodation, under penalty of 50 euros per day of delay. He also set the occupancy allowance to be paid at 650 euros per month from the date of entry into the premises. The owner’s lawyer, Me Philippe de Golbery, had argued that his client had to pay a sum of 100,000 euros in early December, which put her in an inextricable situation: “She bought another apartment and is faced with a bridging loan.” “I am still within my rights”, protested the owner, who had filed a complaint. “We are no longer sleeping, risking losing everything, even in the new apartment”, had deplored Régine Farci, the owner, at the hearing (our edition of December 4).
The couple of squatters did not appear at the trial on December 3 before the local judge. He had previously claimed to have been the victim of a false lessor to justify his illegal occupation of the premises.