Luis Dominguez Quintana, 76, wears a t-shirt that reads, "Liberty, Equality and Fraternity" as he waits for the judicial commission to carry out his eviction in Parla November 4, 2013. Dominguez ... more 
Luis Dominguez Quintana, 76, wears a t-shirt that reads, "Liberty, Equality and Fraternity" as he waits for the judicial commission to carry out his eviction in Parla November 4, 2013. Dominguez Quintana is recognised by the state as being "75% disabled" due to a car accident in 1994 that injured both his legs and caused him to be reliant on crutches for walking. He bought his home in 1996 for 286,000 euros. In 2009 he stopped making his mortgage payments after he closed down his construction business due to debts. His eviction was finally halted on Monday as he was trying to negotiate a two-year eviction suspension with his bank, Spanish lender Bankia, due to his disability and the lack of funds to pay back his debt, which he says amounts to 75,000 euros. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS REAL ESTATE) less 
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Mon, Nov 4, 2013 10:16 AM EST