Yesterday March 2, four members of the Citizens Advice Bureau Gibraltar braved the storms and travelled to Spain to spend the morning at the C.A.B legal clinic office in Manilva, Malaga. The team from Gibraltar included: The founder Pilar Rodrig
Todays Supreme court ruling. Not all costs should be paid by the clients. We thank one of the group of lawyers we work with for the write up below. The lawyers in question have provided the most accurate description and appraisal of the court ru
In an amendment of the law that rules the establishment and registration of Casas Rurales and Viviendas Turisticas, both in rural areas, hidden as an additional clause in a Royal Decree on Campsites in Andalucia, it is now permitted to register
The long awaited Pet Protection laws came into force in Spain on 01/02/18. This after the (European Convention on the Protection of Domestic Animals).
The law prohibits the use of surgical interventions to modify the appearance or other non-cu
With a hundred euros of donations and the rest provided by CAB team who answer questions on a daily basis on the ‘Ask for Advice’ section, it was off on a three hour flight to Manchester. Arriving in the twilight hours it was up earl
The interest of the Citizens Advice Spain is on citizen’s rights. As a civil society association this is our obligation.
The fifth round of the negotiation between the EU and UK concluded yesterday. I have read the information received toda
Last year we published information on how to send invoices without registering as Autonomo.
LINK to info
Since earlier this summer, these invoicing cooperatives are under investigation, no doubt because of their success, resulting in less Autono
A British person of dubious character questioned in a Spanish court for real estate fraud, is taking money from homeowners allegedly to take on cases against the banks. The case would be for a refund of extra monthly mortgage payments due to the
This article was provided to us by a law firm with expertise in banking products.
“We have been observing frequent cases of homeowners who signed multi-currency mortgages , in which the quotas and the capital to be amortised are determined
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