Foreigners cases clogging up the courts

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  • #52820

    Anonymous
    Participant

    “The Annual report from the Andalucian High Court of Justice, TSJA, has warned about ever growing delays because of an increased case load.
    Much of the extra work is said to be coming from town planning cases and from those affecting foreigners”.

    Full article: http://www.typicallyspanish.com/news/publish/article_10004.shtml

    Have heard today from a friend of ours that having already waited nearly six months re. an appeal, has just had the court hearing delayed another five months.

  • #71037

    katy
    Spectator

    All is not lost, I heard on the local news that they are opening up another two court rooms in marbella. 🙂

  • #71040

    Anonymous
    Participant

    @katy wrote:

    All is not lost, I heard on the local news that they are opening up another two court rooms in marbella. 🙂

    Phew, praise the Lord âť— If they need any help finding the keys, dusting & polishing etc., I’ll be first in the queue âť—

  • #71042

    Anonymous
    Participant

    “The court considers that many more provincial courts are needed across the region, a dozen for example in Málaga province”.

    They are going to have to whizz through ‘planning’ a dozen new courts!
    What’s the bet there won’t be a little corruption in the fight to build those…

  • #71059

    Anonymous
    Participant

    I think they can use the Club House or other spaces availible of the developments that are under investigation/litigation. I know a wonderful hotel next to the palcio de congresso in Marbella, which has plastic yellow ribbon all around it. lovely.

  • #71146

    Anonymous
    Participant

    “It has been revealed that the Palacio de Ferias in Málaga will hold the large court cases which are being instructed currently in Marbella.
    It comes because of the large numbers of those implicated or charged in the cases”.

    (‘Typically Spanish’ website)

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