Posts archive for October, 2018

Auction sales Luxury Clothing and Leather Goods

NOVEMBER 29th 2018 at 10:00 am (visit at 9:00 am) 54 Boulevard Rodin in ISSY LES MOULINEAUX SALES AT AUCTIONS OF LUXURY CLOTHING AND LUXURY LEATHERHOUSE Products bearing the brands LOUBOUTIN, NIKE, VALENTINO, BALENCIAGA, HUGO BOSS, FERRAGAMO, MS, LOUIS VUITTON, THE KOOPLES, GIVENCHY, BALMAIN, YVES SAINT LAURENT, CHRISTIAN DIOR, BURBERRY, PHILIPP PLEIN, JUST CAVALLI ... At the request of the AGRASC - JUDICIAL SALE - Attention: the distribution by lot is likely to vary until the day of the sale Put on sale in One lot (price 10 000.00 €) or lot by lot (see conditions of sale).

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Expulsion of Travellers: when they take over your land

Act No. 2000-614 of 5 July 2000 on the reception and housing of Travellers provides that the communes shall participate in the reception of Travellers, and that the départements shall provide for a departmental reception scheme, in which all communes with more than 5,000 inhabitants shall participate. However, in the absence of a solution, it is not uncommon for Traveller communities to illegally occupy a piece of land, whether public or private. In this case, it is better to have what to do to quickly arrive at the expulsion of Travellers. We tell you what to do when you realize that they are taking over your land. The first [...]

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What should I do if my creditor refuses a payment?

More often than you might think, individuals or companies are confronted with this difficulty: the creditor refuses a payment in order to make his debtor pay. We can perfectly imagine the case of a landlord who refuses to collect the rent from his tenant, the maintenance creditor who refrains from collecting the maintenance payment, etc... with the sole aim of harming him. Faced with this difficulty, and to prove his good faith, the procedure of real offers and consignment, which was revised in 2016 (reform of the law of obligations), is the solution. We explain that [...].

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the protected elderly tenant

The elderly tenant, protected by the law of July 6, 1989, has had his plan modified time and time again. This protection has been reinforced since the ALUR law of 27 March 2014. The law of August 6, 2015 modified the rules once again. A short overview of the protection of the elderly tenant, and an update on certain preconceived ideas. Before starting, a brief review of the previous protection regimes: The Act of 6 July 1989 provided that to benefit from protection, the tenant must be over 70 years of age and justify [...].

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