Legal Question in Landlord & Tenant Law in France

Aix en Provence.

My tenant refuses to leave after the end a tenancy contract. He is suing me because he claims the house didn't meet habitable standards. Does he have a right to stay while legal proceedings continue?

Asked on 1/19/12, 1:58 am

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F Cordiez French Lawyers Solicitors ECD Avocats & Solicitors
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Until an eviction Order is secured, your tenant can, regrettably, remain in your property.

Fabien Cordiez ECD French Lawyers and Solicitors

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Answered on 11/19/12, 12:43 am


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