The PP promises to toughen the law to fight against the occupation of housing

The Popular Party proposes in its electoral program to fight against the illegal occupation of houses with the hardening of the crime of usurpation, the streamlining of criminal processes of eviction of occupied houses and reinforcements in security bodies to prevent occupations.

In addition, regarding the registration in the register, the popular want to be considered "null" when the person illegally occupies the home.

The popular ones promise in their program to reinforce the crime of housing usurpation, which would pass from a fine to a penalty of deprivation of liberty from one to three years and they intend to make an amendment to the Penal Code, with the aim of fighting against the "mafias de la occupation".

The PP also seeks to streamline criminal proceedings to facilitate the eviction of occupied homes, reform civil processes so that legal entities that own homes can exercise their rights with the same agility as physical and strengthen the means available to communities of owners to improve the neighborhood coexistence.

However, the PP emphasizes that the legislative measures proposed would not affect the "mortgage evictions or renting." In this sense, according to the program, the PP will fight against crime and illegal occupation, not against "those who are in a precarious situation".

On the other hand, it contemplates suppressing the crime of coercion in cases of lock changes, power outages or other that the owners "rehearse", without judicial authorization, in order to recover the possession of the "usurped" dwelling.

In addition, the PP will eliminate public subsidies to entities, associations and groups that support the occupation of homes and will devote more efforts to prevent the occupation of homes and monitor illegally occupied flats, in addition to developing a Security Strategy against urban vandalism.

As for housing subsidies, he is in favor of increasing the tax deduction to the lessors for income derived from rental income that serves as their habitual residence, especially when they are young or over 65 with low income.

In addition, it will favor the development of rental insurance that covers the non-payment of the rents and the damages that the tenant may cause, in order to facilitate the rent to the young people.

The PP proposes, on the other hand, arbitration systems to resolve conflicts between owners and tenants.

It also seeks to promote the supply of new housing for affordable rental, with formulas of public-private cooperation, aimed "primarily" at families with children and promote rural areas with limited population with additional aid to rehabilitation for owners who offer their homes to rental.

Another measure is to facilitate the adjustments of buildability and land use and replace the license with the responsible declaration to reduce deadlines and procedures.


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