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Wednesday, 26 January 2011

Some encouraging news for owners of 'ilegal' property in Spain

Giles Paxman the British Ambassador to Spain in Madrid reports in his weblog article today that there’s some good news recently for British people faced with property purchases in Spain that have back-fired, building projects that did not meet the requirements of Spanish law, or constructors who've simply gone bankrupt and left houses unfinished.

In addition to reporting on recent court cases in different areas of Spain that have benefitted property owners he also refers to the reforms to the Criminal Code which increase the penalties for town planning crimes and prevent the perpetrators from profiting from these crimes.

His full weblog can be read here: Giles Paxman: Some encouraging property news

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