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bad news for Philippe Etchebest. The chief appealed for abuse against his neighbor who disputed the building permit of his new restaurant. But the Bordeaux Tribunal has dismissed it, and even convicted!
demanded money to his neighbor, who challenges the building permit of restaurant in the Chartron district in Bordeaux. But it's finally he who will have to get his hand to the portfolio. The Chief Cook and of was sentenced by the judicial court of Bordeaux for the moral harm he himself has made him suffer from the same neighbor, were we learned by 20 Minutes, this Friday, April 16th.
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The chef claimed 2.2 million euros
in total, the animator of the emissionThis restaurant, "The dream of a life" kitchen must pay it 20 000 euros of damages, and 5 000 euros of procedure fees. Justice considered that this assignment was intended to put pressure on this third person, so that it deserves its requests for annulment of building permits. The media best worker of France has therefore been dismissed, while he asked for 369,000 euros to his neighbor for " abuse" . But also a little more than 1.7 million euros "if it persisted in hindering [s] we real estate". for " reached image" , the old Rugbyman also demanded 80 000 euros. For a total of 2.2 million euros.
in March 2018, Philippe Etchebest had obtained a building permit forRue Rode in Bordeaux. Its goal being to make it " a grocery store, a tea room, a take-away meal activity and a gourmet restaurant, with function accommodation and storage rooms ", is it specified in A judgment of the seventh civil chamber of the court court, on April 13, relayed by 20 minutes . But the owner of a neighboring apartment, Christophe Chaillet, who considers himself worse by the construction of a wall, had seized The Administrative Court, on 18 November 2018, to cancel this building permit.
less than a year later, this Last had gained success. But Philippe Etchebest, determined to go to the end of his project, had appealed. In the columns of the newspaper, in December 2019,had justified his fight. " for me, it's the dream of a life this project, and I'm fighting to the end ", he indicated, before adding: "I want my gourmet restaurant, and if I want Use my reputation, it is to participate in the influence of Bordeaux, not to get darils. "
article written with the collaboration of the 6mediasagency
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