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World Sale on plan: Can my promoter postpone delivery due to COVID?

20:08  05 january  2022
20:08  05 january  2022 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Vente sur plan : mon promoteur peut-il reporter la livraison en raison du Covid ? © Pixabay Sale on plan: Can my promoter postpone the delivery due to COVID? In the "Great Real Estate Appointment" (Capital / Radio Immo), Estelle Vernejoul, lawyer in Paris within the Cabinet Lawatalaysis, takes stock of a thorny issue that currently concerns many buyers.

Every month, the "Great Real Estate Rendez" (Capital / Radio Immo) answers your questions through its sequence "it concerns you". Our experts - lawyers, notaries, real estate agents - denote for you the most complex legal problems and give you their advice that you plan to sell, buy, rent or renovate your home. In this sequence, Estelle Vernejoul, a lawyer in Paris at the lawyer, answers a question of Véronique de Valenciennes. Véronique bought a housing in VEFA (sale on plan). The promoter has just informed of a 6-month delivery postponement due to COVID. Is it in his right?

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In response Estelle Vernejoull first specifies that the crisis actually forced many promoters to postpone their deliveries. But are the promoters always in their right? To have. When you sign a sales contract, it stipulates the legitimate causes that can justify a delay of delivery: strikes, bad weather, as well as the cases of force majeure. Hence the question: is Covid still constitutes a case of force majeure? On this point, court decisions are beginning to fall. As for the first confinement, judges systematically give promoters because of the effectively unpredictable nature of the event. For the rest, the case law is less decided, the promoters before prove that it has been impossible for them to carry out their construction ...

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