During the intervention in the building in which Abdelhamid Abaaoud was hiding, the RAID had fired more than a thousand cartridges. 47 households lived there, 23 of which were illegal.
On November 18, 2015, at 4 am, the RAID entered a building at the intersection of rue de la République and rue du Corbillon in Saint-Denis (Seine-Saint-Denis), where Abdelhamid Abaaoud, the alleged “brain”, was hiding in particular. of the attacks of November 13th. For several hours, the police will fire more than a thousand bullets. The landlord, Jawad Bendaoud, was jailed in 2019 for 4 years. Since this assault, 47 households, including 23 illegal immigrants, can no longer live in their apartments. This building must be demolished by the end of 2022 to be rebuilt by 2025, reports The Parisian .
The developer Soreqa must buy back all of the lots, but in mid-September only 58 out of 85 were, for a price set at 1,700 euros per square meter. According to our colleagues, the territorial public establishment Plaine Commune must vote before the end of this year a declaration of public utility to expropriate the ultimate recalcitrant. “Some co-owners are not very realistic in valuing their property at market price, observe with the Parisian Katy Bontinck, First Deputy Mayor (Génération.s). They think they could sell 3000 euros per square meter when their homes have long been deemed uninhabitable».
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The rehabilitation of the building gave rise to a legal battle. It is declared in “irremediable insalubrityBy the prefecture in December 2015, but this decision is challenged in court before being validated in 2019, then February 2021. Some co-owners, who do not want to be evicted, point to the responsibility of the State. To do this, they are based on an expert report at the end of 2017 which charges the onslaught of the police 500,000 euros out of the 600,000 necessary for the restoration of the building. Katy Bontinck nevertheless nuances with the Parisian. The first order of danger “ date of 1999, then there were two fires, in 2008, in 2009, and an unpaid rate which corresponded to 200% of the annual budget of the co-operation“. On September 17, the Bobigny court ruled in favor of two co-owners and ordered the State to pay them 1.6 million euros.