THE Andalucian Supreme Court of Justice has sentenced
This has been refused twice, in 1997 and 2000, but now the town hall has been sentenced to start procedures to evaluate the property and give the owners what it is worth.
This decision cannot be appealed, although the town hall maintains that the land was never occupied and that the ownership of it cannot be proved. However, the owners have the deeds for the property and proof of having paid property tax.
It could still be resolved at a civil trial, as the owners are demanding €450,000, plus interests and compensation which could add up to €600,000.