The Seville Court of Appeal ruled in favour of a company that bought an off-plan property that was never delivered

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The Provincial Court of Seville has once again ruled in favour of our client, a failed new home buyer who did not receive the property and did not receive his money back, and obliged Banco Santander to return more than 44,700€, plus legal interest since the repossession of the property.

With this ruling, the court goes a step further with the doctrine on off-plan buyers of new homes when they are legal entities. Banco Santander had already been condemned by the 15th Court of First Instance of Seville, which issued a pioneering ruling in March this year, obliging a bank to return the money deposited by a legal entity, and not an individual, in the purchase of an off-plan home.

The property had been purchased from the developer Área de Promociones Inmobiliarias de Andalucía, S.L., which went into insolvency proceedings, and formed part of the development at C/ Velázquez nº 17, Dos Hermanas (Seville).

La vivienda había sido comprada a la promotora Área de Promociones Inmobiliarias de Andalucía, S.L que entró en concurso de acreedores, y formaba parte de la promoción de la C/ Velázquez nº 17, Dos Hermanas (Sevilla).


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