Did you buy years ago in the town of Fortuna (Murcia) and the properties were never completed?
Are you aware that an Alicante Court condemned Banco Popular to repay two million euros to more than 60 people who invested in this development project?
Would you like a chance to get back the money you paid, plus interest? Then please contact us. You may even have the opportunity of us taking on the case with you not paying anything (no win no fee) to receive a percentage of what you win back. So what is there to lose?
Spanish Solutions have dealt with many similar cases with different builders and banks involved and justice can be done.
All the plaintiffs in the Fortuna golf case purchased different properties, promoted by the company Promociones Eurohouse 2010, SL, now in bankruptcy.
They jointly sued Banco Popular, as a Bank guarantee had been agreed with the promoter, Promociones Eurohouse 2010, SL, to refund people in case money was lost, but in fact they never got their money back.
The prosecution argued that consumer protection legislation (Law 57/1968 on advance payments on home sales), was to protect amounts paid by consumers.
The Ruling forced Banco Popular to pay the applicants amounts ranging from 34,000 to 88,000 euros and totalling about 2 million euros.
We have clients in the same position who have these cases in the Courts and we have many other situations involving builders and unbuilt properties from many years ago. If you are in the same situation, please contact us. There is a time limitation period of 15 years, you have to have your paperwork and you must not have been an investor with several properties, or you will not be covered by the Consumer legislation.
We should advise that we are not able to take on all cases on a No Win No fee basis but we will give our opinion and advice in most cases for free. Sometimes further documentation is required to evaluate a case (such as an expert medical report).