Agencia EFEJuly 4, 2013 12:33
Paris, Jul 4 (EFE).- A French court has ordered the eviction of the cultural group that has been using the historic Paris studio where Spanish master Pablo Picasso painted "Guernica" in 1937.
The loft has been owned since 1925 by the Chambre des Huissiers de Justice de Paris, or CHJP.
The ruling can be appealed, but the National Committee for Artistic Education, or CNEA, must vacate the property within 15 days of receiving notification of the court's decision, judicial officials told Efe.
The court ruled in favor of the CHJP after weighing its decision for two weeks.