Nice: a woman evicted from her home after the conviction of her 19-year-old son for drug trafficking

In Nice (Alpes-Maritimes), a mother will be evicted from her HLM social housing, following the conviction of her son for drug trafficking.

According to information from Nice morning, justice authorized the social landlord, Côte d’Azur Habitat, to launch an eviction procedure against the woman and her 19-year-old son, sentenced to 20 months in prison.

“The Judicial Court considered that the existence and the seriousness of the disturbances were sufficiently reported to characterize the lack of peaceful enjoyment of the leased premises that any tenant, or any occupant of his head, must respect”, explained Côte d’Azur Habitat, cited by our colleagues from Figaro.

The social landlord welcomes

On Twitter Anthony Borré, the president of Côte d’Azur Habitat, also first deputy mayor of Nice, welcomed this procedure, before indicating to his tenants that “other evictions are underway”. In fact, in almost a year, 72 similar procedures have been initiated.

As soon as he took office, the latter had indicated that he would be intractable in the face of tenants who would commit crimes and incivility.

For its part, the Abbé Pierre Foundation, through its regional director Florent Houdmon, denounced this decision. “Is collective punishment the right answer? It is unfair and quite aberrant for the other occupants ”of the apartment, not condemned by justice.

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