Spain: Thousands of British expats duped into buying illegally built properties, now have hope

Posted on October 3, 2014 • Filed under: Europe, Expatriate Warning, Spain

Thousands of Britons who were duped into buying illegally built properties in Spain have been offered fresh hope after four British families were awarded more than £140,000 compensation in a landmark ruling. A Spanish court in Almeria, a city in Andalusia, south east Spain, this week ruled the families bought the properties in good faith. It ordered the developers to pay “moral damages” of between €40,000 and €50,000 to three families

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