More arrested (El Puerto de Santa Maria, CADIZ, ANDALUCIA)

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    17 persons have been arrested for building illegal properties in acient cattle roads (Vias Pecuarias) in the city of Puerto of Santa Maria, CADIZ.

    You can see all the information here:

    http://www.lavozdigital.es/cadiz/20070714/elpuerto/detenidas-personas-construccion-ilegal_200707140948.html

    Between the arrested are developers, builders and architects. Between the charges are the intent of modify the date of “escrituras” so it would have more than 4 years and them the judges could do nothing.

    We need a great clean here in Spain.

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    @peterparra wrote:

    We need a great clean here in Spain.

    Totally agree Peter. But at least all these arrests that we’re reading about almost daily now are a start. Long may it continue – because for sure there is a loooong way to go.

    Falsifying documents seems the latest ‘newie’ to be exposed, even regarding mortgages now:
    http://www.typicallyspanish.com/news/publish/article_11470.shtml

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    A local ranger from the Junta Medio Ambiente department was asking us for details of our builder and developer. They might be fined or prosecuted for building along the cattle track and putting up electricity pylons. Our house is over 4 years old, so can they still do anything?

    He was especially interested in the electricity pylons. They have been here for more than 5 years. He said the electricity will have to go underground, which means that they will have to dig up the cattle track.

    We have a contract with Sevillana as do several of our neighbours. Who will have to pay for the new supply?

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