THE FOUR brothers who run Alcudia’s Aguas Channeled water company have been absolved of ‘their’ tax crimes after paying more than €3 million in taxes, interest and penalties.
The company owed €2.6 million in taxes, and the prosecution on the case originally asked for ten years in prison for each of the men.
The brothers have been able to prove that although they now run the company, the violations were from 2009 to 2013 when their father was in charge, who has since died.
They also have paid the government all the money owed, leaving courts to drop the charges.
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