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Seventy-four British citizens stormed a building in Bansko on 24 March in order to get into the apartments they bought two years ago. These drastic actions happened after the foreign owners had their deeds for more than a year, but no access to the property. They were turned into hostages of the investors that are tangled in a complicated law case.

The British managed to get to their apartments with the help of key-makers who changed the locks of the Four Seasons hotel complex.

The families said that for nine months they had been threatened by representatives of the Plovdiv company Zekom, which also owns a part of the building complex. The company that has 29 apartments appointed security so that no one can enter the hotel.

One of the Four Seasons investors is 4 Seasons R-N Ltd, established by Reneta Kachashka and Nadya Sabeva. While Kachashka handled her property agency in England, Sabeva was in charge of the Bansko project. According to the Struma newspaper, Sabeva is connected to Krasimir Georgiev, an associate of Valentin Dimitrov, who was convicted to seven years in prison for misuse of office.

Kachashka sold 74 apartments to the British at prices of 1200-1500 euros per sq.m. At the same time Sabeva transferred 29 apartments to Zekom, owned by Emil Tsekov and Roman Romanov.

According to Kachashka Romanov is a Bulgarian special services official, a general with serious positions and authority. He helped Sabeva sort out documental difficulties on the project.

At the moment Kachashka has four trials against Zekom, but until the court gives its final word the British can't enter their property.

The enraged foreigners appealed for justice and law abidance and wanted to know if there is protection on a high level over the false apartment owners.

* the original article in Bulgarian may be found here

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