The AUAN - the Albox-based property owners' association - has issued a statement criticising the town hall of Albox and its plans to resolve (or otherwise) the problem of some 550 homes, mainly purchased in good faith by foreigners, which after their purchase became either 'ilegal
' or 'alegal
' (a word which does not appear in any Spanish dictionary, but is popular with the Junta de Andalucía to describe its cock-ups).
The association says in part: 'Our members feel that having been defrauded by our promoters and let down by a slow legal system, we are now being held to ransom by the government of Andalucía who demands expensive paperwork, difficult legal contortions and in some cases the funding of infrastructure projects to fix problems caused by others, including, it must be said, the Junta de Andalucía.
Full statement below:
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