DEFRAUDED BRITONS PROTEST IN FRONT OF BULGARIAN EMBASSY

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Owners of apartments in winter resort Bansko want the Bulgarian government to intervene on their behalf

More than 50 Britons gathered at a protest in front of the Bulgarian embassy in London on Saturday, 27 November. They requested the intervention of the Bulgarian government in a real estate fraud case in Bansko. In March the Britons gained entry by force to their legally owned residences in the Four Seasons complex. They changed the keys to obtain access to the apartments after Bulgarian real estate company Zekom, which owns less than half of the property, kept them away for many months. While the apartment owners insist they held a meeting according to the law, Zekom appealed their decisions in Bulgarian courts long after the legal deadline. Yet the court allowed a process, which according to the Britons is unlawful defence of the Bulgarian company. The protesting owners petition the Bulgarian government to take a stand on the issue in Bansko, which is a prime target of foreign investments.

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