When the court announced a compulsory execution of land delivery against the operator who occupies the site of the ‘Sky 72’ golf course in Yeongjong Island, Incheon, the lessees of the golf course filed a lawsuit claiming possession.

According to the legal community on the 16th, 16 companies operating a golf academy, restaurants, and convenience stores in the Sky 72 golf course in Yeongjong-do, Jung-gu, Incheon filed a third-party objection against Incheon International Airport Corporation to the Incheon District Court on December 26 last year.

These companies argued that they legitimately occupied the facilities in the golf course, and demanded that the occupied facilities be excluded from the subject of compulsory execution.

They also installed barbed wire around the golf course to prevent safety accidents that may occur in the course of operating the golf course.

Lee Seong-hee, a lawyer at Cheongo Law Firm, who is their legal representative, insisted, “Since the tenant cannot be evicted just because the landlord has changed, the tenants have a legitimate right to occupy the property.” 스포츠토토

He explained, “Although 16 companies filed a lawsuit this time, there are about 40 related companies, and the life and death of 4,000 people, including 1,000 people involved and their families, depends.”

The Incheon District Court recently announced to Sky72 Co., Ltd., the existing operator of Sky72, that it would enforce the delivery of the golf course site on the 17th.

The court previously announced that if the golf course site was not returned to Incheon International Airport Corporation by December 29 of last year, it would be compulsory execution and the cost would be borne by Sky72.

However, Sky72 maintains its position that it is difficult to hand over the land until the results of the prosecution’s investigation into the selection of the golf course operator are released, and continues to accept golf course reservations.

Sky72 has borrowed land from Incheon International Airport Corporation on Yeongjong Island, where the runway 5 is scheduled to be built, and has created and operated a golf course and clubhouse.

At the time of the concession agreement in 2002, Sky72 and Incheon International Airport Corporation set the contract termination date as ‘December 31, 2020 when the runway is to be built’, but as the start of runway 5 was delayed, the two sides entered into a legal dispute over whether to terminate the contract. 

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