A woman has claimed that a number of persons have moved into their family property and is claiming ownership for the property with no documents to prove their claim. Yaniss Abrams Reports.
The Hooper family is looking for some assistance, especially from the Central Housing and Planning Authority after a number of persons are squatting in their house. Yonnette Hooper told Nightly News that since 1988, her father Eddie Hooper paid off for the land when the Melanie/Damashama was being developed. After most of the family members migrated abroad, it was noted in 2005, several persons moved into their house after the major flood on the Coastland in 2005.
Further she related that she left the house in an off white of persons but returned to it being green and white with tanks installed to Damashama was. She alluded that even the Lot 19c Melanie/Damashama property tax was paid off in full for 2018.
Miss Hooper claims that since her father bought the property, the CH&PA has not given the title for the property. She visited the Housing Authority in 2016 when she was in Guyana to inquire about the property.