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02 Apr 2012 00:00 by joe1949 Star rating in Manchester. 61 posts Send private message

 We have an owner who has never paid any Community Fees in the 7 years he has owned his place but rents it out full time.

Yes we are taking him through the Spanish Courts & also in the UK but he is slippery as a bucket of eels.

His latest renters are causing lots of problems and seem intent on breaking every Community Rule.

The question I have is could we deny the tenants use of the Community Pool (and their numerous guests) because the owner is a debtor.? 





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02 Apr 2012 13:50 by Karensun Star rating in Orihuela Costa. 1474 posts Send private message

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Quick answer....................according to HPL..................NO, you cannot deny debtors any community facility, the only thing a debtor cannot do is vote ( they can attend meetings and have a voice but not vote )

Your Community may even make a 'rule' that debtors cannot do whatever but then your Community would be breaking the Law.

Annoying but true.



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02 Apr 2012 14:22 by rod Star rating in Uk and Spain. 469 posts Send private message

ITS so unfair the LAW seems to favour BAD OUTCOMES in SPAIN it is so frustrating when YOUR NEIGHBOUR dosent PAY it seems you just have to GRIN and BEAR IT most of the TIME

this IS THE WORSE POSSIBLE case AS YOU KNOW THE guys GETTING SOME money in TOTAL BAS---D

Rod





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02 Apr 2012 16:06 by guslopez Star rating in Lorca, Murcia.. 745 posts Send private message

Does he declare the rentals to the taxman ?



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02 Apr 2012 17:39 by joe1949 Star rating in Manchester. 61 posts Send private message

 I wouldn' have thought so.. we have asked our Administrator and UK debt collector to notify those agencies.





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03 Apr 2012 11:16 by Fighter2 Star rating. 237 posts Send private message

Persevere with the UK debt collection and if necessary demand they go down the court route.... this shyster will then have a CCJ against his name and credit will be a thing of the past for him, including the next time he wants a mortgage to move home !!

Barry





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