A fan of Belgrano de Córdoba will be prohibited from going to the field until he pays off a debt of more than 350 thousand pesos from the food quota of his 7-year-old son, this was resolved by the Family Court of the Sixth Nomination of Córdoba. The judicial measure also prevents the man from leaving the province.
The case began in 2019, when the child’s mother appeared in court to claim that the man did not comply with the payment of the child support fee. Nowadays, the debt amounts to $365,286.80.
Consequently, Judge Marcel Alejandra Menta prevented him from entering the court, leaving the province and also ordered his inclusion in the Registry of Delinquent Food Debtors.
What does the court ruling say?
In the ruling, the magistrate highlighted “the parent’s detachment from his obligations as a legal source of support and his lack of interest in the well-being of his son” and that the measures imposed “are intended to correct the non-compliant obligor to guarantee the duty of care economic and material subsistence of the affected beneficiary”.
The judge added that it is “a basic human right, so It is appropriate to look for alternatives to guarantee the effective fulfillment of the food quotaalways within a framework of reasonableness, keeping in mind that its purpose is to reverse the non-compliance of the remiss parent”.
The legal representative of the mother and the child, Alejandra Anglada Torres, explained on Radio Universidad: “Given the repeated and systematic non-compliance by the obligee, we found ourselves in the need to request your honor to apply punitive measures.”
The football club will be notified of the sanction to prevent the fan’s permission if he tries to enter the field.