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Property purchase fraudsters facing 5 years in prison



The Provincial Court of Toledo is holding the trial from Thursday against a couple accused of fraud to obtain a home in Herreruela de Oropesa (Toledo) in 2017.

According to the prosecutor’s previous brief, on February 17, 2017, the accused, JDB and LRP, went to a notary in Talavera de la Reina to acquire a home located in Herreruela de Oropesa, owned by VMRG, CARP and MARP for an agreed amount of 70,000 euro.

During the signing meeting, JDB fraudulently accredited the payment of the amount, showing a payment order certificate for the amount obtained from the banking entity of which it was a client, although it did not have the funds to support the payment order.

According to the prosecutor’s brief, JDB acted at all times knowing that they would not have the agreed amount, without the intention of paying it, but with the objective of obtaining the transfer of the deeds as well as the keys to the property.

Likewise, he maintains that his partner, LRP, knew, when signing the aforementioned deed, that the transfer of the 70,000 euro had not been executed, the purchase price had not been paid and the defendant JDB lacked funds to make this payment, despite which they signed the deed, with the same intention of illicit financial benefit.

For these reasons, the prosecutor’s office accuses the couple of fraud, requesting sentences of 5 years in prison for each of them, as well as the annulment of the purchase-sale contract and the return of the property.



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