- July 2, 2008 at 4:23 pm #54130
Fancy a nice house recently refurbished. The ex-mayor of marbella’s house is up for auction 23rd Sept. Only 1.9 million euros. The house was embargoed as Marisol Yagüe refused to pay her builder.
What is the odds she manages to come up with some money before then 🙄
- July 2, 2008 at 5:33 pm #84973
I expect there are those in the Town Hall who will regard this as sweet justice as she was also accused of misappropriation of public funds in using building materials from municipal warehouses for the work on her house.
It is thought Yagüe had two plastic surgery operations carried out with monies paid by the Aifos real estate company.
Now I wonder why they would do that…….had used up their last brown envelope maybe ❓
- July 3, 2008 at 7:26 am #84981
It’s good to here that the alleged crooks are getting their comeuppance.
We are often complaining about how bad corruption is here, and that something needs to be done about it. It appears that in Marbella justice is working (so far).
- July 3, 2008 at 9:26 am #84986
Don’t hold your breath! It is only being sold to pay the builder and bank who she owes money to 🙂
- July 3, 2008 at 9:55 am #84990
Exactly Katy – and as one of the accusations against her is fiddling with/changing prices on tenders, am sure she has a ‘little bit aside’ for rainy days such as paying this debt before her house is auctioned. Will be interesting to see if it happens or not.
But there again, she knows if she comes up with the money the judge will then order an investigation as to where this money came from – as happened when Roca stumped up his bail money.
She’s rather between a rock and a hard place (or should I say her boob job and her liposuction?).
Sorry, but I have no sympathy whatsoever – she is nothing other than a crook with her finger firmly in the corruption-pie.
Poor goodstich – he has to live with the fact that some of his money stuck with Aifos possibly went towards her new boobs. 🙁
- July 3, 2008 at 11:01 am #84996
yes, that had occured to me, but it puts me in mind of a sketch on the comedy ‘titty titty bang bang’ where a woman with far to much plastic surgery, keeps saying about her leaking bits ” just a little seepage” ……yuk!
Aifos really are something else. One of their reasons, for not returning our deposit, is because we didn’t complete on the first property we bought. We couldn’t complete because the development was never started!, despite our agents (OVP) saying it was at the ‘knee high’ building stage, before admitting it hadn’t even been started. The good news is that the court has been sent evidence from the local council, that Aifos withdrew the application for a building licence for that development. Good eh’. Another part of this scam, is that we have a letter from the original lawyers we used in the UK (in cahoots at the time with OVP) saying the licence had been approved. The court should like that one!
You couldn’t make it up!
- July 3, 2008 at 12:05 pm #84999
If ever there was a siuation where justice is needed. Yours is such an open-and-shut case.
Let’s just hope the judge doesn’t need liposution. 🙄
- July 3, 2008 at 2:34 pm #85005
thanks and yes, our case is so black and white, it would be comical if if didn’t involve so much money and 6 years (so far) of stress.
oh well, we have to stay positive. At least Aifos and those who chose to trade favours with them, are being exposed for what they are, and the fact we have an embargo granted in our favour means we will at least get something if we win our case, whatever happens to Aifos.
We still have to win our case though?. If we lose our case, the judge will need liposuction to pull his head out of his a**se!!
- July 3, 2008 at 4:03 pm #85013
If anyone is interested in the house they are taking sealed envelope bids (brown envelopes only 😉 )
Goodstitch, sadly the only justice for those Judges is the one Shakeel suggested 😆
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