Tag Archive for evictions

Salobreña Against Evictions

The Mayor of Salobreña, together with representatives of other municipalities, signed an accord with the Junta de Andalucia entitled, Programa Andaluz en Defensa de la Vivienda.

The Rebellion of The Firemen

There was a case about a week ago in the north of Spain, where firemen refused to carry out a request made by the police over an eviction case. It has had resounding consequences.

Shamed into U-Turn

It is possible for citizen to push through affairs to be debated in parliament; it’s just a question of collection half a million signatures…

Town Hall Closes Bank Accounts?

The Salobreña Town Hall has announced that it will close down its bank account in any bank that carries out evictions.
Furthermore, the Mayor, Gonzalo Fernández, says that he will give instructions to the municipal police not to participate in any eviction unless their presence is specifically ordered by a judge.

Romanian Evictions

News now on the Romanian campsite, which we reported on last month – well it’s gone, but the circumstances behind the ‘eviction’ have caused quite a bit of controversy, especially as the municipal elections are just around the corner, of course.

Rentals and Eviction

A new law has come into force: the law 19/2009 of 23rd November regarding measures to enhance and streamline court processes for rentals and the energy efficiency of buildings. The new legislation attempts to streamline the proceedings to evict tenants who do not pay their rent.