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Tress pass

Posted by agente securite - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by kervéor - 3 years ago

If it is about the chasse for example they can claim they were after "nuissables" .

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Posted by countrydweller - 3 years ago

The other thing of course is rights of way/access which may have been established either in deeds or by common consent and have gone on for ages but not necessarily written down.You need to tread carefully and establish the full facts before getting embroiled in something which will be expensive both personally and financially

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Posted by CharlotteM-441068 - 3 years ago

I think the crucial thing here is whether you feel threatened in any way? If so then the police would seem to be a good back up.............but not to be caled ightly.  Also what is the response when you ask them to leave?  How often does it happen? Is it someone you know? If it's a regular thing by a person you know you should ask them not to trespass, if a neighbour and it persists then peprhaps a chat with the Mairie on the basis that you don't understand why the trespass is necessary and it disturbs you and could they have a word.  Things tend to be a bit different here and people don''t always understand why they can't have a wander in unfenced woodland etc.  So really we do need more information about how the trespass occurs.  

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Posted by Brian Stone - 3 years ago

I think you need to be more specific. Is the trespass regular, and for what purpose? Is it across your property, or encroaching on the boundary?