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Escrito por Craig Scheiner desde (c-76-103-200-224.hsd1.ca.comcast.net) el día viernes, 14 de diciembre, 2007 a las 23:34:39 horas :

En respuesta a: Re: right and wrong escrito por Zmon desde (cache04.iad.untd.com) el día viernes, 14 de diciembre, 2007 a las 16:39:28 horas :

Rob wrote, "In case you were unaware, one of the requisites a squatters' settlement must fulfill to have the zoning changed and get title to the land they steal is to build a school within their settlement, which is why the children's parents insist that their children cannot attend a regular public school."

Have the squatters been given legal title to the land? If yes, who owned the land before them and were they compensated when the squatters were given title?

If the squatters now are the legal owners of the land, by definition they are no longer squatters, but land owners.

I can't comment on the right or wrong of Mexican law, but if by some legal process they are now the legal owners of the land do they not deserve the same services other Mexican land owners receive, like schools?

If they are not yet the legal owners, it sounds like from what Rob wrote they are following a particular process that legally allows them to attain title to the land.

In either case your quarrel should be with the law and those who apply it, not those who seem to be following the law, as misguided as it may be in your opinion.


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