The new RN deputy for Bouches-du-Rhône, Emmanuel Taché de la Pagerie, is being sued by three descendants of the Tascher de la Pagerie family who accuse him of having appropriated their name, the lawyer said on Wednesday. complainants.
Born on February 20, 1975 in Montreuil, in Seine-Saint-Denis, under the name of Emmanuel Taché, the elected official uses the surname "de la Pagerie" as a username.
Asked by AFP, the Bouches-du-Rhône prefecture indicated that there was nothing to prevent him from running for the legislative elections with this name, confirming information from the daily
A family from Normandy
“The Cerfa administrative form from the Ministry of the Interior completed by all the candidates also included both their birth name and their usual name”, specified the prefecture.
“We have initiated an action for the protection of the patronymic name” before the judicial court of Nîmes, indicated for his part the lawyer for the plaintiffs, Frédéric Pichon.
The plaintiffs demand the cessation of the use without right or title of the name “de la Pagerie” by the new deputy of the National Rally under penalty of 500 euros per day of delay and the symbolic payment of one euro in damages.
"My clients from Normandy but living in Paris are the only heirs to bear this name since the death of their father in 1993. And the latter had in his last wishes expressed the wish that his name be protected", argues the lawyer .
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