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The proposed sale of a building located in Maputo’s ‘Baixa’ and whose ownership is currently in litigation has caught the family claiming ownership by surprise.
The property is shown below, in the Miramar TV report. The owner, now deceased, purchased it from another individual, as documents seemingly attest. Catering was the main activity on the site.
In 1992, the building caught fire and has seen no commercial activity since.
In the meantime, another individual arrived on the scene claiming ownership, and the case went to Maputo City Judicial Court, where it is still underway.
The family claiming to be legitimate owner was surprised to see this plaque.
An injunction may be one way to stop the seemingly illegal sale.
However, the company offering the property has told Miramar by telephone that is not a ghost company and has every right to sell the property. The entity also says that it bought the building, but without specifying from whom.Source: Miramar
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