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Tax police are chasing the high life

19 February 2013 / 14:02:02  GRReporter
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14 properties and a monument building sold at an auction

The managing director of a trading company for branded men's and women's clothing lost 14 flats and half of a monument building in Kolonaki totalling 8,168 thousand euro. He appeared before the court of his own free will to explain how the liabilities of his company had been accrued. At the same time, he said that he would file a request to the tax authorities to pay his duties in instalments whereas the company declared bankruptcy.

A medical consortium needs first aid

A large and famous medical consortium of clinics and diagnostic centres throughout Greece, owned by a businessman with diverse activities, lost a property worth 4.8 million euro because of duties amounting to 370 thousand euro.

A politician lost his office

A former deputy and a lawyer who conducted important suits during his long career and drew the public attention because of his involvement in scandalous cases lost his office in Piraeus worth 484 thousand euro, because of unpaid duties amounting to 62 thousand euro.

A famous journalist remains without a pension and a car

He is the editor of a major newspaper who owes the tax authorities more than two million euro in unpaid taxes. The authorities have seized his luxury car and the bank account receiving his pension. Every month, they take from it the minimum amount of one thousand euro as stipulated by law.

Tags: TaxesSeizureAuctionsProperty
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