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UNIMAGINABLE INJUSTICE IN SPAIN

LOCAL JUDGES CAN ORDER YOUR PROPERTY TO BE STOLEN - AND THERE´S NOTHING YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT. CHECK OUT WHAT PROTECTION (OR RATHER LACK OF PROTECTION) YOU REALLY HAVE WITH THE COURTS UNDER SPAIN´S CIVIL JUDICIARY

Still in self-imposed captivity
01 February 2011 @ 15:37

 

Still in self-imposed captivity

For anyone who may still remain interested in our situation and our ongoing fight for justice here in Spain will be interested to know that I am still in self-imposed captivity within my own house. I am still living on the outside covered terrace where I have remained for nearly three weeks. The gates are padlocked from outside and security fence now encloses the entire property. The bank, in their perverted way of believing they own my property, have sealed the house, installed security lights and CCTV cameras to monitor activity outside the property. The first  10  days were bitterly cold but I managed to block off some openings with industrial plastic sheeting and that kept the elements at bay. A butane gas heater was brought to me along with a generator and microwave, so for the moment, and with better weather, I´m quite comfortable. I am also able to use my laptop and have a “dongle” to provide me access to internet and talk with the family via Skype.

The reason I am still remaining, is to provoke the bank into taking action against me for illegally entering a property they believe is theirs. This is what they have expressed to my Spanish lawyer. Until I am ordered to by a court I will not be leaving – I desperately need this opportunity to demonstrate that the property entered into is mine, I will then be able to produce all the court sentences that state, in no uncertain terms, that I am the owner of my company and in consequence the owner of this property, and that this bank are merely the administrators of my company with no legitimacy of ownership. This is the whole crux of this terrible miscarriage of justice. I have been removed from my property, that I built and lived in with my family for 25 years with no debts, mortgages or registered charges whatsoever either in Spain or Gibraltar where the company and the bank are domiciled.

Unfortunately, the delays and non cooperation of the courts of Estepona, which saw the injustices perpetrated against me and my family in the first place, are now acting against the bank who want to get a speedy case against me. So, I too have to wait, forever I suppose. Still spring is on its way !

I am resilient and I will not be leaving. A lot of my time is taken up writing a daily journal of events and reflections on this eighteen year long nightmare. This has already reached over 20,000 words. When I get to 100,000 words perhaps I should look for a publisher !!

Anyone wishing to contact me directly is welcome to email me at peterestepona@hotmail.com



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G O said:
03 June 2013 @ 15:18

13 years ago when i had my landlady break my root i could do nothing to her. It Is not as if i own her rent or we had previous disagreement. She did it because she wanted to renovate the place without notice.
She then said she had prepare a place for me to stay. The place she prepared was another flat where about four of her daughters her sleeping. Then the other woman staying with me was three months pregnant.
I reported to the police and justice ministry. Even though the respond from the police was not encouraging the justice ministry responded fine. For some other reasons i drop the case against my landlady.
Yours is much pathetic. I suggest you report to concerned authorities. I suggest you invite interesting human right organization and institutions. Go and meet renown activist and report your state. Go to government legal department responsible for public complain for assistance in addition the court. At your own time type into google search engine to see if this book will boast you up a little. "wishfortheworld justice and wishfortheworld"

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