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Layao Enterprises among CLTC's caseload

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by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The Chamorro Land Trust Commission continues to pursue delinquent cases and evictions of those caught violating rules and regulations for leases. CLTC administrative director Monte Mafnas says Layao Enterprises was recently served a termination of license agreement and ordered to exit the five acre lot it currently resides on in Dededo.

Since 1997, Layao has received a series of complaints by different CLTC administrative directors.

Mafnas claims Layao has used the property for business and industrial use when it is only leased for agriculture purposes. He told KUAM News that president Feliciano Layao, "has 16 sauls of pigs in 1997 and in 2011 he has 16 sauls of pigs, so clearly it was not the intent for agriculture use but industrial use. You have heavy equipment there, he had several houses, he had tenants, blatant abuse of the lease and oblivious to the law."

KUAM tried contacting Layao, but could not be reached for comment. The company has been given until September 30 to vacate the property.

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