Its completaly ilegal and it is a criminal ofence
If he is taking without your autorithation he is stoling you
Denounce him in the closer police station
I was told that anyone can use the apoyos and cable after a period of five years. So is this not true then? Does the law not allow the use of electricity installations after a period of time?
If you paid for that its your
He has noright to use it
If he has contrcat the light the company should pay you
If he has no contracted with a company he is stoling you
Do you know if he has his own consum counter ?
If he has not he is stoling you for sure
If he has the company has to pay you for the use of your own wires
We did, our house and one other new house shared the cost of €45.000. Now this third house is getting our line from the village without paying anything for the original installation (which he refused to join with us at the time). Now he thinks he can take the electricity from our line and apopyos without paying anything.
Yes he will install his own metre for the electricity. That is not the issue. The question is if he can use the linea and apoyos we installed?
No he can no used your wires, he has to pay for that
You could denounce him if he is stoling power or demand in court if he is using your wires without your autorithation
Okay, thank you. I will go and talk to the local electricity supplier who installed our wire and apoyos to see what he says before going to the Guardia.
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