assigned Triplex Lula is auctioned for $ 2,2 millions

In addition to the R $ 2,2 millions, o comprador terá de arcar com a comissão do leiloeiro, R $ 110 one thousand, and R $ 47.204,28 of condominium debts.
15/05/2018 16h27 - Updated 15/05/2018 16h27
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Bruno Bocchini – Agency Brazil

The triplex unit Solaris Condominium, in Guaruja, awarded by the courts to former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, was concludes today (15) auction for R $ 2,2 millions. The winning bid was made at 13.55, five minutes before the end of the trading session.

The buyer who made the bid, called Guarujapar, Location is recorded as Brasilia. In addition to the R $ 2,2 millions, he will have to bear the commission of the auctioneer, R $ 110 one thousand, and R $ 47.204,28 of condominium debts.

Protesters occupy triplex in Guaruja
In 16 of April, the triplex was invaded by members of MTST and without Fear People Front (Paulo Whitaker/Reuters)
The triplex apartment No. 164-A occupies the 16th to the 18th floor Edíficio Salinas, Solaris Condominium. It has a private area 215,2 square meters, common area 82,6 square meters and two parking spaces.

In 29 from January, Federal Judge Sergio Moro determined sale, at public auction, triplex after the property has been seized at the request of the 2nd Court of Extrajudicial Execution Titles District of Brasilia Justice, in the process of Macife company against OAS. According to Lula's defense, the decision of this attachment, by own Justice, It would prove to be the true owner of the OAS triplex, and not the former president.

In the decision announced by Live, the judge argued that "the property was inadvertently seized, for what is crime product is subject to seizure and forfeiture and not to seizure by civil creditor or creditors contest ".

The judge ruled that the values ​​to be obtained from the auction of the triplex are reversed to Petrobras.

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