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  • #52495
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  • #67714
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    Link did not work as I thought, so click on general news and 300 refuse to sign in Marbella

  • #67718
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    GJ

    nice one, so it’s the greedy buyers fault, for speculating and then refusing to complete due to a sales slump, nothing to do with the fact they were lied to from day one on the legality of their future property, and ever since! Amazing to see the banks are also in on this spin. So will the authorities take this oppitunity to do the right thing and make sure all deposits are paid pack with interest and compensation for the misery that has been caused……..now’s their chance to act like decent human beings. ..I wonder?

  • #67719
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    Interesting Santa Maria Greenhills again ❗ Any comments Claire? There is also a letter in the same paper from a Spanish guy concerning illegal developments.

    Also read that the Marbella administration are calling on the junta not to order demolition of illegal properties but developers should “compensate” the Town Hall instead to legalise their buildings. Er…isn’t this what was happening before by means of brown envelopes ❓

  • #67723
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    katy

    …..dear oh dear, legalised backhanders eh?. It was probably all part of a plot anyway, who can be trusted?

  • #67724
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    Why the hell should the developers “compensate “the Town Hall????????? : 😯 They can get in the queue….behind all the s**f**d buyers!! IMO. 👿

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    Spanish politics is top in corruption barometer.

    Corruption in Spain is most rife in political parties and business, according to the latest Global Corruption Barometer for Transparency International.

    36% of those asked in the poll in Spain said the governments efforts to fight corruption are ineffective, 13% said they do not fight against it, while 10% go even further and say the government promotes corruption.

    Spains political parties scored 3.9 on a scale of 1 to 5 for levels of corruption.

    The survey questioned 1,000 people on 14 sectors in Spain. 2% of them said they had to resort to bribery to receive decent treatment in the health, judicial and education sectors.

  • #67733
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    ………and the other 98% were probably paid to say otherwise!

  • #67887
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    Sorry to be a pain – and obviously massively incompetent!! – would love to read this article, but can’t find it (despite GJ’s explicit instructions!!).

    Can anyone help …..(send the link that actually is showing the article??).

    Many thanks 😳

  • #68087
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    Sorry to be a pain – and obviously massively incompetent!! – would love to read this article, but can’t find it (despite GJ’s explicit instructions!!).

    Can anyone help …..(send the link that actually is showing the article??).

    Many thanks 😳

  • #67888
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  • #68088
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  • #67889
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    blawes1 – many thanks for that, much appreciated.

    Yours truly: “Incompetent”!

  • #68089
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    blawes1 – many thanks for that, much appreciated.

    Yours truly: “Incompetent”!

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