The Supreme Court Continues to Rule in Favour of Those Affected in the Trampolin Hills Promotion in Front of Caixabank
The Supreme Court in Spain has recently issued a new ruling in favour of a lawsuit represented by a home buyer involved in the Trampolin Hills promotion. The buyer had paid a significant deposit for a home he never received. He therefore claimed for a refund of the deposit monies by the guarantor entity, Caixabank. The homebuyer in question obtained two favourable judgments in both instances, before Caixabank appealed the case to the Supreme Court. Find out more in this article!
Andalusia, leading the way in failed development projects!
The 2007 financial crisis affected the savings, jobs and dreams of millions of people. In Spain, many of the most exciting real estate developments that had been planned in the south of the country were cut short, leaving thousands of people without their dream Spanish property and deposits lost. Andalusia was undoubtedly one of the Spanish regions most affected by the economic crisis.
How to break the statute of limitations to recover deposits paid for a home in Spain that wasn’t built
It is highly recommended to make a complaint to the bank or insurer to “stop the clock ticking” on the limitation period. Simply start your claim process, assisted by the legal advice of an experienced lawyer. And of course, do it before the end of the deadline if you haven't already.
At MySpanishDeposit, we are here to help people affected by this situation, such as Emilia Ocaña Moratalla, by providing our legal expertise and experience to help recover lost deposits.
In this interview we will examine Emilia’s case in further detail, from how she realised that she was one of the people who had lost her money due to the purchase of an off-plan property, to the different stages of the recovery process for her lost deposit.
Revealed – time’s running out to claim thousands lost in Spain’s property crash
Tens of thousands of people in the UK and Ireland who lost out in Spain’s catastrophic property crash are now able to claim their deposits back, but they are being warned that they are entering the last chance saloon.
In the years leading up to the 2007-2008 crash, thousands of people, attracted by seemingly irresistible real estate projects in Spain,
Almanzora Country Club Scam Victims Owed 115 Million Euros
Were you one of more than a thousand victims of the Almanzora Country Club scam around 15 years ago? If so, you’re in for some long-awaited good news. Deposits paid by mainly British and Irish expats for the purchase of holiday homes, ranging from a few thousand to well over a hundred thousand euros, must now be repaid with interest.
Lost Deposits in the Spanish Property Business Scam That Resulted From Corruption
More than 200 property buyers were victims of a scam that saw them become owners of illegal holiday homes. Investors in the Spanish property market, in around 2005, were duped into making down payments on property developments that were marketed to them fraudulently.
You can claim again if you’ve claimed before. Here’s how
If you are one of the thousands of Brits who lost their deposit on an off-plan property in Spain as a result of the financial crisis in 2008, and you’ve already made a legal claim but did not get your money back, you may still be eligible to make a fresh claim.