The owners of a 2,000-square-foot apartment complex in the Dominican Republic want to get paid for the property.
The owners of the property want to start paying property taxes in 2018.
They have a bill for a $10.5 million residential building that was built in the 1980s.
The property sits on the site of a former military base.
When the property was built, it was designed for military housing.
The building was built on land that had once belonged to the Dominican government.
The building was designed to be built on military bases, but now the military has closed the bases and abandoned them.
In 2008, the Dominican Government was forced to declare the site a national monument.
The government says it was protecting the national park.
The owners say they want to sell their building to pay the bill.
“It’s not a matter of if we can do it, it’s just when, how many years will it take, and then how much,” the owner, Jose P. Moya, told local media.
The owner says he’s not worried about being evicted.
He says he has already put in some money to pay for his future, but not for his current building.