President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador published this Monday, August 1, a decree with which his government expropriates one million ninety-three thousand one hundred eighteen square meters belonging to private property in the municipalities of Benito Juarez, Port Morelos, Solidaridad and Tulum, in the state from Quintana Roo, to use them in the construction of section 5 of the Mayan Train.
“Decree by which a total area of 1,093,118.93 m is expropriatedtwo (one million ninety-three thousand one hundred eighteen point ninety-three square meters) of private property in the municipalities of Benito Juárez, Puerto Morelos, Solidaridad and Tulum, state of Quintana Roo, in favor of the Federation, for the construction of section 5, north and south subsections of the Mayan Train Project”, is the title of the decree published this Monday and signed by President López Obrador.
Is about 36 plots of land in these four municipalities and, in accordance with the DOF, the Secretariat of Agrarian, Territorial and Urban Development will proceed to immediately occupy the lots of this expropriation.
“The Secretariat of Agrarian, Territorial and Urban Development will cover the amount of compensation that in terms of law must be paid to those who prove their legitimate right, in accordance with the appraisals issued by the Institute of Administration and Appraisals of National Assets,” says the document.
The Escrow Background National of promotion to the Tourism, Fonatur Train Maya, SA of CV Y the Secretary of Developing Agrarian, Territorial Y Urban I know they will coordinate in view of the Secretary of Tax authorities Y Credit Public for apply for the disbursements that must cover up with reason of the entry in vigor of decree, says the document.
The decree will take effect from today. The document also states that “sIf the assets referred to in the first article of this decree are not destined to carry out the actions that gave rise to the expropriation, the affected party may request the non-subsistence of the expropriation in terms of the applicable regulations.”