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Gran Canaria hospitality partner facing prison for unfair administration



The First Section of the Provincial Court of Las Palmas will hear evidence from today, Thursday, against a hospitality business partner from Las Palmas de Gran Canaria for an alleged crime of unfair administration.

The Prosecutor’s Office maintains that he signed contracts behind the backs of his partners that caused economic damage of 49,000 euro to the company and therefore requests a sentence of six months in prison with special disqualification for the right to passive suffrage during the time of the sentence, in addition to compensation to the other manager of the company.

The indictment details that the defendant, identified with the initials CMR, acquired a third of the shares of an entity aimed at operating restaurant businesses on May 9, 2017, but, with the departure of a partner, the shares were divided equally.

The company rented two premises to carry out its activity, one in the Barranco de La Ballena and another in the Ingeniero Manuel Becerra square.

CMR was appointed sole administrator and was in charge of preparing and shipping products to customers who came to the businesses, while his partner carried out more bureaucratic work, collecting the boxes and negotiating with suppliers.

The Prosecutor’s Office maintains that the accused, “without the consent or knowledge” of his partner, terminated the lease contracts for the two premises “without obtaining any benefit for the company he managed.”



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