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For several days, the matter of A creperie with a strong crepe smell. in Erquy was broadcast to great effect in many media outlets across France.
The owners of the Pêcheur creperie, whom a neighbor took to court because of “ Noise and odor nuisance Even went to 8pm on TF1.
Faced with this media hype, Christophe Sanson, The lawyer of the neighbor of the crêperie du Pêcheurcontacted Le Penthièvre to explain the circumstances in which the case was brought to justice.
Appoint an expert.
We are not going on a crusade. The hearing on February 16th is for a request for expertise only to assess the level of noise pollution my client may experience from a restaurant located very close to his home.
Christophe Sanson, a lawyer at the Hauts-de-Seine bar, heads a firm in the service of the war against noise. “I only plead cases related to noise pollution. I am also an expert lawyer in this field,” he says.
Christophe Sanson affirms that he refuses to enter into any kind of rivalry between the province and the capital, “matters such as Morris roosters or village bell towers that ring at the appointed time. »
Not in anticipation of a lawsuit.
The neighbor’s lawyer claims to understand the controversy that is raging, but insists:
We are not in the context of temptation.
According to him, a court hearing is scheduled soon, “It is a common procedure to appoint an expert who will assess the degree of noise pollution. »
A fairly common procedure in this type of case, according to the bar professional who insists on “expertise to find solutions”.
A petition in support of Fisherman’s Creperie owners Marlene DuPont and Alex Polge is still online and already has more than 60,000 signatures ahead of the Feb. 16 court hearing.
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