There is an article about AIPP in today’s Daily Mail, but it is not included in the online version or I would give a link.
It is entitled ‘Chasing out the cowboys’ and continues ‘Investing in property abroad? Good news – there’s a new watchdog protecting you from the market’s rip-off merchants’
If I was one of the people who had bought a property through Parador which did not have a valid building licence, or had used one of their recommended lawyers who turned out not to be a lawyer at all then I would certainly be making a complaint to the AIPP, as suggested by Paul Owen.
@Paul Owen wrote:
If they are Members of the AIPP, then they have agreed that they must follow a Code of Conduct and that you can make complaints to us against them. We must then investigate and can take action if a complaint is upheld (fines, suspension, expulsion and compensation).
…. you can make official complaints about any Member if you so wish. We would then have to investigate; again, contact details are below. With non-Members, remember, you do not have that option.
AIPP, 94 New Bond Street, London W1S 1SJ
Tel: +44 (0)20 7409 7061 Email: email@example.com
UK Company No: 5677417