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    Fly380 Guest

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    Nothing has changed but without naming names I along with others saw the Notary today to commence legal proceedings against the building company whose name we all know! As I said yesterday this is the advice of the lawyers. How they managed to get us into this position I dont know. You cant sue everybody. I guess the more of us that have been treated this way (no Escatura! having payed cash) that consult lawyers the sooner the matter will be resolved.

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    Surely you should have got an Escatura even if you paid cash. Or am i just being stupid.

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    Fly380 Guest

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    True. But I trusted a certain large International Estate Agent to sort everything out as they promise in their literature.

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    who knows the latest on a certain builder
    you know the one he refuses to sign

    for peoples deeds is he going under
    yes is the word on the street

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    Fly 380,

    Did you use the lawyers recommended by the agents?

    Bernie

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    Yes Bernie I did so I guess you know who I am talking about.

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    Yes I know who you mean. They were recommended to us as well.

    Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't one of their jobs that you pay them for to check for any incumberances etc on the land ? Hmmm!!

    Bernie

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    Fly380 Guest

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    You are correct. Their excuse is that in 25 years it has never happened to them before. Not a good excuse. Would you fancy sueing a firm of Lawyers? To add insult to injury we are having to fund the action against the builders ourselves. Its all very well being wise after the event but you just assume you are dealing with proffessionals as you would in the UK.

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    Hi

    The cost quoted by the solicitor for dealing with the deeds issue is high and seems to involve the equivalent of an open cheque

    Does anyone know the likely cost if the issues are resolved before they go to court?

    Alternatively if it does go to court is it normal practice in Spain for the guilty party to pay court costs/ damages?

    If this forum is not the best place for discussing these issues I would be grateful if it was possible to communicate with interested parties by email.

    adiós

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    If this forum is not the best place for discussing these issues I would be grateful if it was possible to communicate with interested parties by email


    Great idea Harry x!!

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