March 30 2020
The Commercial Court will deliver in the midst of a health crisis more than 33,000.00 euros overpaid for their mortgage.
That the Courts are closed is known, since it was agreed so except for urgent actions, as indicated in the Decree approved yesterday RDL 10/2020 of March 30, 29 and which establishes the essential services agreed by the Ministry of Justice, the General Council of the Judiciary, the State Attorney General’s Office and the autonomous communities with powers in this area.
However, it has been the commercial court number one of Malaga who, complying with instruction 1/2020 of the Secretary General of the Administration of Justice, regarding the deposit accounts of the Courts during the state of alarm, signed last 25 March, establishes as an unavoidable issue the payment “to the parties or third parties” of the amounts deposited in the deposit accounts of the Courts, has been “opened” in order to make the amount reach its recipient as soon as possible.
Put in contact Ley 57 Abogados with the Commercial Court No. 1 of Malaga, at the request of his own Lawyer of the Administration of Justice, and transmitted the data to make the payment, the affected person will receive in these days in his account the amount entered regardless of whether the firm verifies the correctness of the amount entered, which could be discussed later.
In this way, it is hoped to make this moment of crisis more bearable for families who have been paying more for years, for which the effort of the Lawyers of Administration of Justice responsible for the deposit accounts of the Courts is appreciated.
We recall that in addition to these efforts, people affected by “suelo” or IRPH (or both) can also send the documentation to the banking law department of Law 57 Lawyers Jiménez y Asociados, so that their matter can be analyzed and claimed, and hold a virtual meeting with your lawyer.
Many families take advantage of this forced stop to locate the necessary documentation (deeds, receipts, amortization tables and / or supporting documents for the expenses paid at the signing of the mortgage).