We are happy to announce that we won a case at the 1st Instance Court in Murcia for a client who bought a property at Trampolin Hills Golf Resort.

Our case was based on Ley 57/68 and on the precedent set by the Judgement we won at the Spanish Supreme Court on the 23rd September 2015.

The legal grounds used in our claim against La Caixa are: the bank which issued general bank guarantees has to guarantee the deposits paid by every buyer.

If you are one of those buyers, please contact us and we will study your case and will give you free legal advice.

Ley  57 1968. Case won at the First Instance Court no. 10 in Murcia against Caja de Ahorros y Pensiones de Barcelona “LA CAIXA”.

We have won a case against La Caixa for our clients, who purchased an off-plan property from the developer TRAMPOLIN HILLS S.L. in Trampolin Hills Golf Resort, Murcia.

We are very happy with the outcome and we would like to congratulate our clients.

At the moment, there is a big confusion and legal controversy regarding the bank’s liability in the cases with regards to the developer TRAMPOLIN HILLS S.L. at the Courts in Murcia.

There is precedent from the Spanish Supreme Court regarding this type of cases. However, the Courts are deciding for and against the clients for exact cases.

Our case was based on Ley 57 1968. The bank which issued a general bank guarantee should cover the deposits paid for every client who purchased an off-plan property.

The bank LA CAIXA has to refund the deposit paid by our clients plus interests since the deposit was paid to the developer’s bank account.

The Court has also decided that the bank has to pay for our clients’ legal fees for this case.

2 replies
  1. Ramzan javad
    Ramzan javad says:


    I bought a 2 bedroom apartment intram in hills golf resort… which i paid a depsoit of £50,000GBP and havent not received any money back. Will i be a bale to get my money back?

    • Gonzalo Calderón Chao
      Gonzalo Calderón Chao says:

      Dear Ramzan,

      You can claim the deposit with interests to the bank.
      We have sent you an email and have asked you for more information. Thank you.

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