René Posted October 6, 2022 Share Posted October 6, 2022 Hi I hope someone on this forum can offer advice please We retired and moved to our home in Normandy two and a half years ago and we love it. It’s the best thing we’ve ever done. We bought our house five years ago and our farming neighbour and family have, until recently been very friendly. As we have two hectares of land, we agreed with him that local farmers should have access for cattle grazing, especially as we’re not farmers ourselves. We agreed that if he had this access he would offer spring water for our toilets and washing machine and he would maintain the gardens around the house. Over the past year, however, he has ceased to carry out his side of this verbal agreement but his cattle are still grazing. Although no formal contract was agreed or signed, should we approach a local notaire and ask for his/her advice as we feel this is rather unfair. we’d appreciate any advice from forum members who might have had similar experiences. Thank you Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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