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PostPosted: Mon Sep 08, 2008 7:21 pm 
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hello spin,
dont have insurance yet,as the problem is with turinvest,there should be no damp,so they need to sort it.
about the deeds,no we havent got em,but gonna nail em this time when i go,need some answers,getting to be a bit of a joke,our solicitor is useless,doesnt seem to know whats happening.
we do really need to know if we own the property.

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<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by one john</i>
<br />Thanks Rob. Which Block have you bought in ?
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Block C on the top floor


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was out there when then rain fell
and it was torrential the rui was flooded everywhere and after looking at the djadsal the day before i would of thought it would of flooded as well it was very bad rain for the whole day and i think most of the roofs in santa maria would of leaked


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<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by chez</i>
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what are you saying then ?


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Chez I think what he is saying is that the italian developers were less than honest in their dealings with Djadsal [:(!]


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The problem is now with global warming how often is it going to happen ? As when we were there we saw hardly any drainage, also with sea leavels expected to rise all beach front properties will have to watch too, as they are not that far above sea level now. (the RUI, if you go out past the boat to the sea look back and its only 1or2 feet above. remove the sand dunes and it would start to flood)


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Lets get things in perspective, this is the first significant rain in 7 years. I would worry more about england being underwater than sal. It would be prudent to get insurance for flood damage etc


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How little you know....it happend in March this year, although not as bad....and like the UK Insurance companies are trying to make flood or rain an act of god, god bless him, so no pay out unless you pay a hefty sum


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It all depends on your definition of significant, I guess. I see their are floods in the north east of england at the moment.


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No just a few puddles up to our waist, nothing else. Its only in low lyin areas too, I'm way up on a hill lookin down, feel for them swimmin too....

I'm not tryin to alarm anyone, just sayin just another thing to think of....


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<blockquote id="quote"><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id="quote">quote:<hr height="1" noshade id="quote"><i>Originally posted by jonny</i>
<br />Lets get things in perspective, this is the first significant rain in 7 years. I would worry more about england being underwater than sal. It would be prudent to get insurance for flood damage etc
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Id worry about both if i was you,,,,the speed the polar ice shelves are melting you wont need put the duck in the bath!!!!!!!!


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wor willey
how little you know !
it was thursday july the 24th and rained heavy all day
i saw it with my own eyes


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I have been away for a while
Would someone be kind enough to tell me WHEN these floods happened.

I am a property owner, but have NOT been informed of any damage to my property, I have attempted to contact several people but no body is answering me.

Are there any swimming pools out of action because of this?
Is furniture ruined?
any clients or guests in properties requesting monies back?
Any details would be great please

jane palmer


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Chez M8, I don't know the dates for myself as I was not presant but on other forums they are reporting May, not March as I said (sorry) So it must have happened a few times 3 this year then. MAY, July, August .....Any other offers ?
So this one off, is not quite the picture if its happend 3 times already. I'm just shocked that I've never heard of it before.....

I think I'll buy a boat.....


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Jane

Try the following link

http://picasaweb.google.co.uk/CapeVerde ... imesAug08#

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Many thanks Carol for the photo tips,very informative as a general guide but I am still worried about my property any body know if Porto Antigo escaped injury during this downpour?

jane palmer


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