Mat wrote:This will need to become more erudite if it is to gain any traction. What, precisely, are we asking the government to actually do?
We call upon the government to liaise closely with Bulgarian agencies under the Justice and Home Affairs titles of the EU Treaties with a view to stamping out such practices and securing effective asset recovery; and to investigate the extent to which Bulgarian criminal gangs are using funds fleeced from British people in Bulgaria to finance criminal activities in the United Kingdom.
BG9374 wrote:At the end of the week, month year, buyer beware and buyer get a solicitor pre any serioius want to purchase property anywhere...
As ever, many look for a cheap offer, buy on impulse, hurry while the cautious fear and go and find a solicitor, or use their nose.
UK Government does poke their pennies worth into foreign affairs, remember Oxus gold plc working out of Kyrgyzstan. Tony Blair while PM stuck his pennies worth into that when some trouble was brewing.
Several years later the Kyrgyzstan Government took back all of Oxus's assets, jailed a company employee, screwed every share holder, now the company is fighting Kyrgyzstan Government through a legal process.
Legislation, goodwill, just cannot be imposed on another country nor countryman.
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