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    Posted May 29, 2014 by
    Cotia, Brazil
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    I had a home part 4

    Could let this movie speak for itself , after all are testimonials from sufferers skin the serious problem of injustice.
    But to understand better, do a brief outline :
    Everything starts with an open subdivision with streets in the public domain , and it ends when a Residents Association resolves to take care of this place.
    The government then sign your certificate of incompetence to manage the public good , and passes full power of this municipal area a few , a few associations represented by some of the residents , that unlike the law necessarily requires the Association to all who live there , create absurd charges and say they do what the state does for the conservation of these sites , and in fact , the public continues to power their services when requested .
    And this comes and goes , many are losing their homes only for being delinquent with these associations , something that also hurts the Federal Constitution , but gradually not only creates impunity , as well as a parallel power of huge dimensions .
    Here are some testimonials from people who have worked hard to make their homes but are now forced to leave them because although they never wanted to be Associate , became delinquent in not hired and fired were court saw their homes go to auction and almost always auctioned by whimsy values .
    A warning to our rulers !

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