- September 22, 2008 at 9:50 pm #54328
Marisol Yague’s house will be auctioned tomorrow at 11am. Estimated value 1.9 millionE. Buyer to take over debts (mortgage and an embargo). In order to participate the prospective buyer must have an aval of 30% of the price!
I wonder if there will be any punters!
- September 23, 2008 at 6:24 am #86352
I wonder if there will be any punters!
I wonder if there is a legal building licence and/or LFO……
Does anyone know if she is in or out of prison at the moment?
The other famous ex-Marbella Mayor, Julián Muñoz has just been sentenced to yet another year in prison (to add to the ones he’s already serving), again on planning irregularity charges. This time it’s re. the granting of licences for the construction of 250 homes for the Algabamar II S.L. company on rustic land. I wonder how fat the brown envelope was for that one.
- September 23, 2008 at 11:12 am #86357
Well, wouldn’t you know…Yague came up with the money at the eleventh hour 🙄 She must have found the 940,000 euros hanging around somewhere!
- September 23, 2008 at 11:16 am #86359
Maybe she telephoned her fellow ex-Mayor buddy, Julián Muñoz. He doesn’t need it at the moment.
- September 23, 2008 at 1:17 pm #86365
Who says enchufes dont work !!!!!
- September 24, 2008 at 7:19 am #86386
According to this morning’s papers, Yagüe obtained the 939,000 € from the company belonging to her brother, Hacienda Monterey S.K.
I wonder how that company was funded……sisterly love? 🙄
- September 24, 2008 at 8:35 am #86392
Very similar to Roca he raised a large bail sum, half of which came from his 21(?) year old Son. The Authorities here don’t seem to be very efficient at tracing the sources of money do they. 😯
- September 24, 2008 at 9:57 am #86399
Just to add…the money was handed over to the court in 3 parts. Two of them in CASH! 200,000 and 16,000. Her Brother who came up with the money is the sole Director. I suppose the Judge in Court no5 will have asked for a paper trail 8)
Not one person had shown an interest in buying the property (they probably knew the outcome!)
- September 24, 2008 at 6:29 pm #86421
Hacienda Monterey S.K.
Can any one explain what does SK stands for in terms of company formation/status or was it a key board slip and should be read as SA.
What are the objects of “Hacienda Monterey”. Is it a finance company ?? If yes, than funds offered to Yague should be a arms length transaction. If not than it is an ultra virus transaction, which is a breach of Company law or its equivalent European law.
- September 24, 2008 at 6:56 pm #86422
The ex-mayor of Marbella, Marisol Yagüe, saved her house from being auctioned at the last minute yesterday, and put an end to a chapter in the Marbella Town Hall corruption saga that has been going on for two and a half years.
Against the clock and just before the sale was due, 939,000 euros were paid into the Marbella courts in three separate payments – two in cash of 16,751 and 200,000 euros and one in the form of a cheque for 722,000 euros. The three payments were lodged in Yagüe’s name and came from the company Hacienda Monterey S.L. owned by the ex-mayor’s brother, Julio Yagüe Reyes.
The total sum was demanded by the judge to stop Yagüe’s house, which is in the Xarblanca development and is valued at 1.9 million euros, being put up for public auction, following the case of failure to pay the company Copasur for reform work done on the property. The amount included the 722,000 euros owed to Copasur for work and another 30 per cent to cover insurance and administration costs.
Alfredo López Hidalgo, Marisol Yagüe’s lawyer did not give details of where the money came from but he did tell SUR that the ex-mayor’s accounts and assets had not been seized.
The owner of Copasur Alberto Piñana, said he was “happy” following “two very hard years”.
- September 30, 2008 at 1:16 pm #86575
The Judge in court 5 Marbella has now asked Yague to state where the money came from. I would have thought he should have asked that before the Court accepted the payment 🙄
- September 30, 2008 at 1:25 pm #86577
Maybe, the promised brown envelope did not change hands ???
- October 1, 2008 at 11:54 am #86585
or may be the brown envelopes did change hands but there was insufficient notes inside to warrant a significant change in judicial proceedings.
Perhaps in view of the current economic climate the judicial euro will be replaced by the judicial ignot of gold. Can just imagine a case being held in a spanish court with the Judge summing up his decision while a donkey and cart are being filled up at the back of the building with boxes of gold
- October 1, 2008 at 12:15 pm #86586
I really think it is business as usual in Marbella. News this week that work on a new block of apartments/shops has only just been stopped despite being illegal. This construction is in plain view on the main Street and a few minutes from the Town Hall. The developers also had permission from the Council to close off a side street causing lots of disruption.
Order to stop work on the project was given on 3rd August by Marbella Judge. (after serious cracks appeared in the neighbouring building!) The Mayor has only acted to paralise it this week, after the opposition party went public.
This smacks of Yague’s previous tactics…turning a blind eye.
- October 1, 2008 at 12:48 pm #86588
rt21, What ever you are on. Can you please have it once a day instead of twice a day.
I think the donkeys in Mijas needs to increase their Insurance.
- November 2, 2008 at 8:48 pm #87385
What amazes me that with all this blatant irregularities and coming up with thousands and thousands of euros it is just accepted as if it were
normal …then again in light of what is going on there it is normal to them to suddenly to be able to come up with such sums of money.
Here in Ireland we hear nothing on the news, nothingin the newspapers of what is going on in Spain…it is all in my opinion censored.
A lot of Irish people have bought properties in Spain and are affected by what is going on over there but they are told nothing by the media .
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