Business premises are considered to be the same as a secondary residence. The term “secondary residence” should be understood to mean all built immovable property (apartments, houses, commercial, business or industrial premises, etc.) that does not constitute the primary residence, i.e. the home of the owner subject to squatting. Learn more about squatted secondary property.
- Why does the procedure to expel squatters take so long?
- Is there a difference between a primary residence and a secondary residence?
- What about business premises?
- I left for a 2 month trip. On coming back, I discovered that my apartment has been squatted in. What could I do?
- The house neighbouring mine is squatted-in. There is a huge volume of nuisances. We do not know anything about the owner. What can I do?