08 Feb 2012 10:35:
I've just had it confirmed by my lawyer that the Aifos offer of 50% in 8 years time looks like the best we will get if the creditors agree to it?, but because of no law or regulation that says they will pay, it is most probably useless!.
Once again you have to ask, ''Is the Spanish justice system/government any better to those so clearly cheated through government lack of regulation and implemented law than the known crooks many of us have won long court battles against? ''.
A win in court can so often meen nothing in Spain, no justice, no integrity, no honesty, no truth, just lies and deception from those paid hansomely who have no intention of doing what they clearly know is right. Where left to turn for justice?, the EU don't want to know, the UK government don't want to know. Pressure on Spain just falls on deaf ears because they know they have nobody in a higher position to answer to.
I've been trying to get justice for years and it's 10 years in June since I put a deposit down, to come to this?. Of coures well done everyone for keeping up the fight, and especially those who have put so much time/energy/money in to it, but after all the efforts, have we got anyone on our side who will recognise right from wrong and more importantly can force change?.
I really feel that this situation with Aifos is so clearly wrong that without recognition of that from those in a position to take action, then what chance for others cheated on other developments?.
A justice system that can be relied on in Spain simply does not exist!!. Until that changes then perhaps many of us have just wasted our time and money???
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