- February 24, 2011 at 9:44 pm #56117
Read on Jim Simpson’s blog today that the highest court in the land, who were considering a case brought by Junta de Andalucia, have found in favour of the Town Hall. The case concerned about 100 houses in the Almeria Provinve.
please see link below.
This is fantastic news for those who were caught up in this sordid saga and hopefully will be a body blow for that wretched party who claim to serve the interests of the wider public. As I have said on many previous occasions, the sooner they are ejected from power the better.
When I hear of court decisions like this one, it restores some of the lost confidence one has in the Spanish legal and administrative processes.
- February 24, 2011 at 9:54 pm #102949
Good news indeed. What makes you think the Junta will not appeal & even the Junta does not win its appeal. Who is going to enforce the Court orders.
- February 25, 2011 at 1:07 pm #102954
With Jim stating that the case had been heard in the highest court in the land I had assumed that it had gone through due process and therefore the decision was final. However, not being familiar with the spanish legal system you could well be right.
The most important thing for me is that the Junta has been thwarted in its attempt to ride roughshod over those who owned the properties and has not been able to obtain legal backing for any attempt to issue demolition orders on them
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