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New Eu Regulation And How Does It Affect Existing And Future Matrimonial Property In Spain?

Matrimonial Property: New European Union Regulation and how does it affect existing and future marriages for those owning property in Spain A new European Union Regulation will be in force on 29 January 2019 concerning expats of whatever nationa

International Divorce In Spain: Easier And Faster Than You May Think

Maybe you got married in the UK, in Gibraltar, or elsewhere in Europe, and you think that you need to get divorced in the country where you got married. Well, this is not the case. You can get your divorce in Spain and it will be recognised in t

Effects Of Brexit: Challenges And Opportunities For The Spanish Economy

The Spanish Government has assembled a team of legal experts to draft a Guide to promote investment in Spain post Brexit. The Guide is a Code comprising all the legal requirements concerning the financial markets. This includes commercial and ta

Monte San Juan De Los Terreros In Liquidation

This promotion went bust in 2011 leaving thousands of purchasers out of pocket. Thousands of investors, some of whom paid up to 150,000 euros for one of the off-plan properties, are not aware that they can recoup the money paid for the homes tha

Lowcost Travel Group Files Bankruptcy

Legal advice to companies and individuals affected by the bankruptcy of Low Cost Holidays The ParcBit-based British tour operator Low Cost Travel Group (LCTG) has filed for bankruptcy procedures, leaving behind debts that amount to over 50 milli

Recover Your Investment

The courts protect the consumer on the maturity of many complex financial products that they have contracted with the banks. Structured deposits offer tempting opportunities can be reduced to zero profitability or loss of investment. Many consu

Entrepreneurial Law Eases Investment In Spain

On September 19, 2013, a new law was approved by the Parliament of Spain to support entrepreneurs and their internationalisation. The essential purpose of this law was to undertake reforms favourable for growth and economic recovery, as well as

British Couple Refunded 58,000 Plus Interest Paid For Aifos Off-plan Property Never Received.

Banco Popular has been ordered by a court in Malaga to pay a British couple the sum of 58,000 euros plus interest. The couple had signed for an apartment at Hacienda Casares from the promoters Aifos in 2004. The cost of the apartment was 167,936

Supreme Court Rules In Favour Of Off-plan Buyers

The Supreme Court has found in favour of several purchasers who were attracted by the purchase of off-plan properties. One of those affected, a couple from the south of England bought into a residential complex in Alicante. The complex was to in

Last Will And Testament For Spanish Assets

As many of you will know the new regulations on Wills and Succession came into force in the middle of August whilst most of us were on the beach, on holiday or hiding in the shade. The new rules mean that when a person dies the law of the countr
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