The National Police stormed the ranch yesterday, much to the relief of the owner Marian Porter.


A week after the plight of British resident Marian Porter his the headlines in the Bulletin and its sister paper Ultima Hora, it would appear that her problem has been solved.
Marian Porter and her lawyers had been fighting since last August to have a group of gypsies and the allegedly legal tenant of her ranch, La Paz in s’Aranjassa just outside Palma, evicted after illegally moving on to her property during her absence following the unexpected death of her husband Michael 18 months ago.
Initially, when the gypsies were caught red handed by ranch staff and the Local Police breaking into the two million euro property with a reputation as being one of the best dressage and equestrian centres in Spain, they agreed to leave until Javier Macarro turned up on the scene with a rental agreement which he claimed he has signed with a representative for the owners, who has since gone missing, to rent the property for 750 euros per month. That changed the situation and made the matter an issue for the courts and that is where it has been “lost” for the past four months.


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