The administrative procedure of eviction of the iders building continues with its legal course with the judicial intervention before the refusal of two squatters to leave the property declared in imminent ruin.
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“We continue working to scrupulously comply with what the law dictates, executing point by point what refers to the declaration of imminent ruin of the building, which is the technical and legal solution that has all the legal guarantees to solve the problem of the Iders building. ”, explained the mayor who hopes that the judicial authorization will arrive as soon as possible to continue with the stipulated procedure.
Thus, the City Council continues with the necessary device to complete the eviction while waiting for the judicial authority to pronounce itself as established by the legal procedure that applies to this type of administrative eviction.
The declaration of imminent ruin prescribes the eviction of the building, in addition to urging the current owners after notification to clean and wall up the building and present a demolition project. In the event that the property does not have what is necessary to carry out these actions, the council would be empowered to do so with the obligation to pass on the cost to the owners.
This roadmap with the deadlines set by law, is the culmination of a whole process that began last March, to shed light on a solution that gives the maximum legal guarantees, a solution committed to the search for measures that respond to a problem that has been occurring since the eviction of the building was decreed in 1991 due to aluminosis and after years of legal vicissitudes that have complicated a controversy to the extreme, which finally has a response backed by all the necessary technical and legal reports .