For Charles Blique, it is misunderstanding. The eponymous manager of the real estate agency located in Nancy fell from the clouds, says , at the beginning of the year when a customer entered his branch (without him being present) and asked his employees to remove all the adhesive posters present on the windows. In the viewfinder of the plaintiff, the facade of the shop and the colors, which obviously do not please. The firm Blique, which has a storefront, is indeed very recent. New sign, mix of grey, black and pink colors, and above all adhesive posters on the windows.
The old iron curtain that was present before has also disappeared. The boss explains that “everything was done according to the rules”, and that his adhesives are “changed every year”. Out of him, he therefore decided to send a letter to the mayor of the city to ask him the reasons for these complaints. “If you need to recover the premises and I leave the town, it is easier to tell me frankly”, he says in his letter which ultimately remained a dead letter. But a few weeks ago, stupor: he learns that he is summoned to the police station.