- May 12, 2008 at 4:05 pm #53939
The following information appeared last week in the INFORMACION newspaper (Alicante):
“The company from Orihuela San Jose Inversiones filed yesterday (9th of may) the voluntary bankruptcy papers in the Mercantile Courts in Alicante, as confirmed to this daily newspaper by its President, Mr. Jose Rodriguez Murcia.
The company has assets with a value of 300 million euros, and can’t front its debts for the last two months. San Jose employs directly 100 people and indirectly, through construction sub contracts, another 400 to 500 people.”
Our advice to all affected buyers is that they contact inmediately experienced lawyers in these matters, as it is fundamental for the defense of their rights to take part in the bankruptcy, declaring the credit, its nature, in order to be as high as possible in the list of creditors.
Feel free to contact us for more information.
- May 14, 2008 at 8:24 am #82462
Can you tell me does one need to employ a specialist commercial/bankcrupcy lawyer to deal with the problems at SJ? Especially if you have purchased off plan and have no Bank Guarantee
- May 14, 2008 at 9:16 am #82465
If you have a credit against San Jose Inversiones, then you must take part in the bankruptcy process as a creditor in order to defend your credit. You will need a Lawyer to represent you in Court.
We are happy to provide a first free legal advice on your current situation, as long as you send us your documents (contract, letters with SJ…) either by email or fax and a brief explanation of your situation.
I will send p.m. with our details.
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