Isla Mujeres, Q.R. — Nearly 150 Isla Mujeres families have been provided with property deeds after years of waiting. The deeds were handed over to the owners of the irregular properties by the state government last week.
A total of 147 families from irregular colonies on the island received deeds to their property after several years of waiting, said Hugo Sánchez Orozco the Undersecretary of Public Space and Mobility of the Secretariat for Sustainable Urban Territorial Development (Sedetus).
The families were awarded with their official property titles in the Hugo Ravell dome in the Continental Zone of the municipality. The deeds were provided to 147 families who live in the irregular settlements of El Centauro, El Triunfo, Oasis, La Guadalupana, La Loma and Nueva Tierra.
Sánchez Orozco said that working to close the inequality gaps around the state is part of the goal of Governor Mara Lezama, which is why the government worked to be able to provide them with titles to their homes.
He said that with the delivery of the deeds, the owners now have legal certainty of their heritage, which means an act of social justice and that a human right is fulfilled.