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Judge rules against Rodenas, land allocation did not affect their property

Posted by dobie on September 28, 2011, 2:05 pm

This article was in yesterday's La Jornada Jalisco:

It's basically the same as the one that was in the Occidental a few days ago.

A short summary (the best I can do):

Rodenas was seeking protection using a 1972 decision resulting from an amparo that Paz Gortazar (widow of Gonzalez Gallo)filed when the President of Mexico signed an order which increased the land owned by the ejido of El Rebalse de Apazulco (El Rebalsito. In this decision she was given possession of the land that she claimed was hers.

On September 2, 2011, Judge Joel Fernando Jimenez Tinajero said that the guarantees resulting from that decision don't apply to Rodenas because
in order to repeat an act it has to be the same person under the same circumstances; so the judge
concluded that repeating the act in question was unfounded

After reviewing the minutes of August 27 2006, where the land was mapped, it was determined that the decision didn't annul the presidential order, only it's execution; therefore the requested protection by Rodenas was inappropriate since there was an improper execution of the presidential order.

Now it's all perfectly clear, right? The legalese is hard to understand, but this is not good for Rodenas.

Maybe the intrepid Lois Lane could write an article in English for the Guad. Reporter. It's definitely big news!


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