Claim of amounts delivered to future housing against the promoter, the administrator and the bank.
Giménez-Salinas | Practice area: Real State.
One client payed on account a large amount of money for two houses under construction. The promoter disappeared without having started the constructions, claiming that the local government had a delay with the concession of the license that had previously agreed on.
We filed a lawsuit against the promoter terminating the contract for delayed delivery of housing; against the administrator of the promoter company for not having subscribed a surety insurance that guarantees the amounts delivered by the clients; and against the bank in which the amounts were deposited, for not ensuring that they were intended for the promotion of housing and not check that the promoter had guaranteed the advances.
We obtained favorable judgment, estimating all our requests, which will allow the client to recover everything he paid, plus interests and litigation costs.