MOLITOR Avocats à la Cour

How to secure a building licence application — part two

In part one, MOLITOR discussed the issuing of a building licence. This article looks at the consequences of the decision to grant or refuse a building licence and reviews the sanctions and the judicial remedies available.

Once a complete application has been submitted, the mayor must issue a decision within three months. If no decision has been taken within that period, the mayor is deemed to have rejected the application.

Usually, the decision of the mayor is sent to the applicant by registered letter but there is no legal requirement for this, so there is no sanction if the notification is not made by written and registered letter…

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