6 Dec, 2015 @ 10:49
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Expat housing group SOHA is takes ‘illegal’ homes fight to the UN

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SOHA houseEXPAT housing association SOHA is taking its fight to the UN.

The Axarquia group, with 300 members, is battling to legalise illegally-built homes bought ‘in good faith’.

A new property law was introduced in September to protect homeowners who unwittingly bought illegal property.

And while the law protects the homes from being demolished it has not legalised them, making the likelihood of resale virtually impossible.

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