AFTER going all the way to the Supreme Court, a British woman has finally won the right to a refund of an off-plan property she purchased from developers Marbella Vista Golf.
The woman purchased a home in the Santa Maria Green Hills development in Marbella in 2003. The building was not completed on time and had no habitation licence, denying the buyer the deeds to the property.
The entire development was later declared illegal and its licence for building was revoked by the town hall.
Now, ten years after the purchase of her new home, the buyer is legally entitled to a full refund of €236,000 plus interest.
The only problem: Marbella Vista Golf is filing for bankruptcy.
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