Re: Re: Spain to ‘deep clean’ it’s financial sector.

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angie
Spectator

itsme, don’t pay them a cent more now you’re in Ireland. If you’ve been shafted by this stupid bank then let them do the chasing, they will give up. If it’s not your fault then the principle must kick in. Get one of those lovely Romany caravans 😉

First, don’t buy anything until you are clear, rent, no asset to chase. Diplomatically ask/tell your father in law to transfer the property into a spouse, child’s, relative (you trust) name (your wife), he can still remain a signatory while he lives in case of a sale for his security, Spanish bank won’t know that, better still, if he can sell property then do so, give some Mickey Mouse address for correspondence, keep bank account info in other names that aren’t on your deeds, look up any address in Thailand and give that to them for example, anything to make it hard work, delaying tactics, don’t worry though, (if you’ve got nothing so to speak 😉 and they discover that) there’s not a lot they can do.

Too many people could be potentially chased for Spanish property debts and worry too much, provided you rent and have nada, the banks will probably go bust before you 😉