Owners of a Spanish real estate development company Metrovacesa SA will have to hand over property worth $539.4 million (Dh1,981m) back to the company as a debt repayment, according to a Deloitte's audit report.
Six creditor banks took over the family's 55 per cent stake in the company in exchange for the cancellation of the family's debt of €2.17bn.
The assets with a gross asset value of €421m also have a debt associated for €279m. The family will also have to hand over €92m in cash.
"The deal was signed on Friday, and the assets will be handed over shortly," a spokesman for the Sanahuja family said.
According to Deloitte, there were doubts if the agreement would become a reality and said the Spanish development firm also had breached conditions of a syndicated loan of €3.2bn.