The Press and Journal has reported that residents living on a caravan site in Moray are concerned with recent letters requesting that they are to leave unless they shell out large sums of money.
The park is owned by Green Parcs and was investigated by police last year after a cheque error. The investigation showed that static caravans had been sold to multiple owners without the purchasers’ knowledge.
Residents of the park claim to have proof of their purchases in the form of hand-written receipts and legal documents.
Married couple, the McLeans, have been asked to pay £6,000 within two weeks or face eviction. They’re also dubious as to whether payment can be requested before the conclusion of the police investigation. However, Green Parcs director has stated that the matter of caravan ownership was separate from the fraud investigation and will be dealt with in the civil courts.
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