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I come to you to expose you to our complicated situation.
The succession began in June 2022.
We have decided to sell land classified as OAP registered in the PLUI since 2010 and renewed in 2020.
The new Mayor tells us
Only today by mail that he opposes the OAP and wishes
Keep the land as a natural space.
No writing has reached our parents concerning the decision of the community of commune.
We had to get the information to be able to sell the land to a promoter from the agency.
The Mayor wants to buy our land while it is still in PLUI but at half price of the sale price.
We certify that this land will go into UB while an email response from the DRAC writes that the land cannot go back to UB remaining either in PLUI or Agricultural land.
To close the succession we must sell this land which is currently in PLUI Are we in the legality if the mayor and neighbor of our land does not respect the PLUI?
Can the community of communes turn against us?
The Mayor and his deputies
Do not send us any documents from the exchanges with the president of the community of commune and the president did not respond to our request for an appointment by email a month ago.
If we cannot sell the land, the estate will not be able to succeed and we will have tax costs.
Should we keep the land in joint ownership?
We have agricultural land can we sell it to a farmer as long as we do not have answers from the commune community.
Thank you very much for your help.