THESE ARE THE LINKS IN WHICH YOU CAN SEE THE REAL SITUATION OF PELICAN EYES IN THE LOMAS DE SANDINO OF SAN JUAN DEL SUR, NICARAGUA.
www.sanjuandelsurproblem.com and www.piedrasyolasaviso.com
Properties that are currently embroiled in litigation (in court in Managua, Nicaragua) are being marketed to unsuspecting U.S. Citizens by Mr. Chris Alan Berry, Representative of Hotel Pelican Eyes / Piedras y Olas (PEPO), who has lost 3 previous trials in the 7th. Local Criminal Court Action No. 725-207-06 and in the 3rd Civil District (COURT?) of Managua Action No. 869-06.
For more information contact Silvania Medina Sandino, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.sanjuandelsurproblem.com
THESE ARE SOME ANSWERS FOR YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT THE PROBLEM OF PELICAN EYES AND OTHERS PROPERTIES AT SAN JUAN DEL SUR.
Believe it or not, there are decent and honest lawyers even in Nicaragua. This is what happens to misinformed gringos and even nicas when buying land "anywhere" in Nicaragua. Suggestion: get an honest lawyer and let them do the homework. It could cost you more time and money but surely won't have the problems later on like these people are having today.
Nicaraguas coastline will go the same way that every other warm country coastline is going or has already gone. Thats what happens in a free market economy.
Nicaraguans sold the land, Nicaraguans passed laws that made development possible, Nicaraguans saw the plans and approved them, Nicaraguans built the homes and hotels, Nicaraguans guard / cook / clean / cut the grass. Nicaraguans pass laws on property taxes, beach use, development zones and Nicaraguans enforce those laws.
If you don't want gringo development on the beach, look to how Costa Rica controls the waterfront. Don't blame gringos for seeing a good deal and investing money, time and energy.
Pesonally, I think Nicaragua is being incredibly 'generous' in giving away the most prized real estate for almost nothing. I would have passed laws on development restrictions at the 50 meter, 150 meter and 1 kilometer marks; public access rights to all beaches; skyline restrictions in the mountains.
**'generous' was the 3rd word I thought of, the others were less subtle.
Sure, call me a leftie. Once that beach is used up with developments, it is permanently and irrevocably gone from its former natural beauty. Unless you know Someone On High who is in the business of creating natural splendor. Last I heard, they weren't making beaches anymore.
Nicaragua does allow public access to the beaches and no one can own beech front. There are a few grandfather exceptions and a few mayors who like to change the rules but in general Nicaragua is doing a pretty good job of protecting the beeches.
Excellent point. Very true.
Centralized power is you guys' answer to every problem eh? Make everything illegal? Yet you want drugs and prostitution legalized? Someone please explain the thought process behind this?
No one mentioned the source of Pelican Eyes' problem in the first place was leftist confiscation of private property.
I can't speak for all liberals, but the gist of this line of thinking is that liberals want the government to protect public land (from exploitation by greedy land barons or otherwise) and to also stay out of our private lives. These two concepts are not mutually exclusive. But you knew that.
What Austin said about Nicaraguan oceanfront is true. The other guy is making excuses for developers. I know you live on the Florida coast like I do and you can attest to its overdevelopment - all perfectly legal - all condos within legal setbacks, etc. IMHO, these condos ruin the beach and choke off the ocean breeze and the public's access. This will be the future for Nicaragua's beachfront if the right wingers get their way.
Free Markets! No rules! Just Right!
and complain that too many people live at the beach. I get it.
I HOPE THIS PROBLEM HAVE A SOLUTION FOR BOTH SIDES.
...the final court outcome. How did that work out for you? Were the courts in your clients favor? I heard not. (assuming you represent the Sandino family)
You know something about her we don't? Share, sts!
THESE NEWS ARE PAYED FROM THIS PEOPLE OF THE PELICAN EYES. AT THE SAME TIME THEY ANNOUNCED THAT THEY ARE LANDS CONFISCATED, THAT THEY RECEIVED A DONATION FROM THE ALCALDIA DE SAN JUAN DEL SUR, AND THE TITLE OF REFORMA AGRARIA. IN WHICH ALL THESE PAPERS ARE NOT TRUE, ALTHOUGH ALL THERE LEGAL DOCUMENTS THEY HAVE ARE FALSE AND ILEGAL.
YOU CAN GET MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ALL THIS PROBLEM OF SAN JUAN DEL SUR IN THESE LINKS BELOW:
not again?!? Why are you continuing to spread false propaganda? And just how are you related to the Sandinos, anyway?
I´m just putting this things, because I know that properties are from the family of the Sandinos, because I am a citizen and my family is from San Juan del Sur. And I like to be an honest and a fair person and I don´t like the unjustice situations that are living the Sandinos family. I know that those lands are from the Sandinos.
I didn´t invent anything you can see and read it these links below and gets your own conclusions:
The trouble with this issue is no one posting anything has established themselves as a credible source of info.
Joining a website and only posting the exact same post in several places is generally considered spam. Since none of us knows who you are, we have no idea if you're a reliable source of information. I'm not picking on you, because maybe you are credible, but we simply don't know. Same goes for all the contradictory posts going on. It's open. It's closed. It's open. It's closed.
These articles are from 2001, do you have information that pertains to the most recent outcome. Your sites nor your link has any information that is up to date.
Agrarian reform pertains to today as well (not to say that this falls under it however in ways very similar), there is a need for the society to have the properties owned by others than your friends. They were not utilizing it to its full potential :) Man... sounds like something Ortega might have said in the '80s. So now you know what its like for the thousands that lost their property in the 80's and were basically shoved away and said its all to late now.
Pelican Eyes has done more for Nicaragua than you or your friends will ever do for the country.
To pile futility on top of irony, it is grotesquely counter-productive. It is driving Nicaragua steadily closer to dependency on Moscow, as a similar embargo did to Cuba a quarter century ago.
— John B. Oakes, New York Times; May 20, 1985