- June 7, 2007 at 9:31 pm #52934
When you are buying a touristic apartment you need to be clearly informed on that feature and its implications. It has been a commun “game” to sell touristic apartments as 100% residential and be infomed later on your unknown property rights limitations and administrative obligations for big surprise of buyers. This has been communly used by developers to build “residential” units ( always more expensive) on “touristic” land. Check on work license to see what kind of building model they are allowed to build in there and what is the classification of the land where your apartment is being built. If you find now that you have been missold a touristic apartment as residential ( no mention of touristic classification in publicity or contract) , you are entitled to cancellation with refunding of deposit, legal interests and compensation before completion. You can also put a criminal lawsuit because of the fraud involved.
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