Carmenes del Mar Trial in Final Stage

Tuesday, May 20, 2014
By Hugh MacArthur

LHR Carmenes from above  OnLLaw Court Nº12 in Granada has decided that the court case concerning Carmenes del Mar is dependent upon an upcoming report from the Town Hall.

Basing his decision on the report, the judge will decide who will pay for the necessary work to stabilize the 400 plus affected homes on the said urbanización.

This decision came after the last of the eight court sessions that have been held, on and off, since February.

The Chairmen (Presidents) of the community associations assured the judge that when the homeowners bought their properties they were not aware that the Town Hall had not accepted the finished housing from the building developers – almost a decade later, the same situation stands.

The defence for the eight accused say that the property owners did not fix a fault with a mains water pipe, allowing water to seep into the hillside.

The community association chairmen want the developers/builders to foot the cost of the repairs to the houses, pay for the project to stabilize the hillside and the subsequent work on it, which was estimated at around 4m euros but is now probably more.

The 425 affected houses were sold between 2001 and 2005 for around 100,000 euros.

Let’s see…

(News: Herradura, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)

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