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Old 09.09.2020, 17:20
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Re: encroachment by neighbour

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Should a permitt not exist, why do they need to assume the neighbour would be given permission "post fact"?
They have built on land that is not theirs.

The commune is obligated to react, wether there is a permitt or not.

I would request a meeting with the syndic asap.

Have you spoken directly to the neighbour & asked him why he thinks he can do what he is doing?
Because it makes no sense to tear down a 10-million building that's in perfect shape. OP may get some compensation, but that'll be far less than the overstepping is worth - and if he thinks the offer is too small he'll probably have had to fight for his right for years.

The first thing to do is to keep the situation from worsening. OP's lawyer is useless.
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