Published On: Mon, Nov 6th, 2017

Cancun judge orders to evict three Tulum hotels that were recently returned to their original owners

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Three Punta Piedra hotels, which were recently returned to their original owners a few weeks ago, will be evicted again by the security forces on Thursday November 9, according to a judicial warrant issued in relation to the case. The properties will be delivered to Grupo Inmobiliario Nuevo Rey S.A de C.V., administered by Juan Carlos Palacios Gómez, who allegedly won a mercantile trial in Nuevo León.

The properties are the following:

  • Hotel Viento del Mar (formerly Playa Azul)
  • Cabañas Puerta del Cielo
  • Hotel Rosa del Viento (formerly Ixchel)

These properties were confiscted during the administration of Governor Roberto Borge Angulo through labor lawsuit number 138/2012, which sentence was in favor of Samuel Aguilar Ibarra and Omar Homero Tijerina Herrera. After the change of government, authorities determined that this litigation had been a simulation, so this ruling was revoked and the properties were returned to their original owners.

Cancun judge orders to evict three Punta de Piedra hotels that have just been returned to their original owners (Photo: Noticaribe)

However, now a judicial warrant number 187/2017-C, of ​​the Fourth District Judge in Civil and Labor Matters in the State of Nuevo Leon, deducted from the commercial executive judgment 110/2016-VIII- B, promoted by Real Estate Group Nuevo Rey, against  Omar Homero Tijerina Herrera, an alleged former employee now transformed into owner. In the document, the judicial authority in Playa del Carmen is asked to hand over the material possession of these three hotels to the plaintiff party.

Based on this order, Nancy Chale Chan, Commercial Judge of the First Instance in Cancun, ordered the Ministerial Police, in the official document number 1417/2017  to perform the requested seizure, scheduled for Thursday, November 9, at 9 AM.

“The court authorized the use of public force and breaking of locks,” states the document.

(Source: Noticaribe)



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