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Constitutional Court Stops San José Condominium Without Permits

By Wendy Anders Neighbors in downtown San José’s Otoya neighborhood had their effort to halt construction of a condominium upheld yesterday by Costa Rica’s highest court, reported the Costa Rican digital elmundocr.com. In a unanimous resolution, #2016-009494, the constitutional court found that Condominio City Plaza II does not have certain permits in place and that the building site is located on fragile, landslide-prone land along the Torres River, said elmundocr.com. The City Plaza II website states that 40 percent of its 50 planned apartments of varying sizes and styles have been sold. The court found that the environmental viability study that…

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