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Cab Spain Talk With The Members Of Phoenix Association

What a pleasure it was to meet up with the members of the Phoenix association in Torre del Mar Malaga yesterday. The turnout was magnificent and appeared to be around 60 attending. The members were made up by a group of all ages and as diverse

Cab Spain Planning To Hold Clinics In Various Offices In Spain

We continue to receive many requests for appointments directly with CAB Spain volunteers. For this reason and the fact that various law firms have offered us their facilities, we are  planning to hold clinics in various regions of Spain. For so

Already Here, A Deal To Crack Down On Tax Evasion And Avoidance

‘Common Reporting Standards’ (CRS) which was created by the ‘Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development’ (OECD) relates to the automatic exchange of information from ‘Reportable Accounts’ between the jurisdictions which ha

Sun Tax – Sentence Constitutional Court Against Murcia

Published in the State Bulletin on the 9th of January 2017 a sentence from the Constitutional Court in a case against the Murcia government. Murcia had approved a law that would make certain photovoltaic installations exempt from paying the ´pe

Child Support. United States Of America And Montenegro Hague Convention In Force

The Hague Convention of 23 November 2007 on the International Recovery of Child Support and Other Forms of Family Maintenance entered into force for Montenegro and United States of America on 1 January 2017, with these States becoming the 34th a

Good News For Mortgage Holders Who Paid Costs Associated With Property Purchases

For those who have bought a property in Spain with a mortgage will have paid costs and fees associated with the mortgage on the purchase. These costs will include: valuation, notary, registry,(judicial taxes) and management fees. The Supreme Cou

What Can I Do If I Think My Mortgage Is Affected By The Clasula Suelo (floor Clause)?

On the 21/12/2012 the European Court of Justice ruled the invalidity of the abusive floor clause and demand that the banks return the amounts overcharged retroactively. The ECJ has ruled that the Spanish Supreme Court did not have the ability to

Clausula Suelo. European Court Of Justice Rules In Favour Of Retroactive Payments.

This is the message from one of the group of lawyers who support our members. “Although our legal team does not yet have access to the judgment document to analyse the specific issues, we are pleased to announce that the ECJ has declared t

Expats Duped Into Paying Utility Debts

For anyone who thinks the title could be an exaggeration, they only have to visit one of the threads on expat forums to know that the title is factual. Numerous homeowners have paid debts that are not of their making. These posts are asking for

Subsidies For Rent And Improving Vivienda Prolonged

Published in the State Bulletin 10.12.2016. By Royal Decree 367/2016 of December 9th, the Spanish government has prolonged the Plan de Fomento del Alquiler de Viviendas y de la Rehabilitación Edificatoria which the previous government had put i