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September 11, 2013 
31-year-old Amaya Munoz (2nd R) and her lawyer Manuel San Pastor (R) stand next to police in riot gear... 
Madrid, Spain 
Amaya Munoz and her lawyer stand next to police in riot gear in the hallway after Munoz agreed to voluntarily... 
31-year-old Amaya Munoz (2nd R) and her lawyer Manuel San Pastor (R) stand next to police in riot gear in the hallway after Munoz agreed to voluntarily leave the apartment where she had been living for the past three years in Madrid September 11, 2013. Munoz stopped making her monthly rent payments a year ago when she became unemployed. According to Munoz, her unemployment benefits were not enough to cover rent and living expenses and she accumulated a debt of more than 8,000 euros ($10,635). Lacking family support to rely on, she turned to the Victims' Mortgage Platform (PAH), hoping they could help her stop her eviction. Some members of the platform spent the night at her place and blocked the door and windows of her home this morning so as to prevent police from getting in and carrying out the eviction. The real estate company that owns her rental flat offered to give Munoz two years to pay her debt if she moved out voluntarily, otherwise police would use all means necessary to break into the home and detain everyone there. Munoz then decided to take the offer so that no one would get arrested. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS REAL ESTATE SOCIETY) 
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