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The Law In Spain

Electric Bikes – Differences And The Law

Electrical bikes (or Extra Light Vehicles – under 40 kg) can be divided in 2 categories. E-bikes are bikes with a motor in the front or rear wheel that can cause the bike to move without the rider using the pedals. Pedelecs are bikes with

How Can I Find A Court House (juzgado) In My Town?

You will find a full list of courts including address on the government website below. Juzgados/Courts

Added To A Debtors List, What Can I Do?

You can be added to one of the list containing names of debtors if you have accrued a debt of as little as five euros as there is no minimum limit. Before being added to a list, you should have been sent a bill which resulted in nonpayment. Only

Is It Illegal To Grow Rhubarb In Spain?

No it is not, but as the leaves of rhubarb are highly toxic, especially for goats and sheep, and you live in an area where goats or sheep roam free or are ´taken on walks´ with their keeper you have to make sure to only grow it in a fenced are

(sexual) Harrassment At Work, What Can You Do?

Harrassment at work is punishable by law in Spain and as the employer should make sure it doesn´t happen, or take action if it does and it is reported to them, they are liable and punishable as well as the actual harrasser. In Spain known as ´

Business Or Autonomo – How Long Do I Need To Keep Business Documents?

That depends. For tax purposes, as the Tax Agency has up to 4 years to come back to your tax return and you only file Income Tax in the year following the year you sent invoices etc., the general rule is 5 years. However, if at any time the Tax

How And Where To Denounce Animal Abuse

The ´Animal Party´/ Partido Animalista PACMA has developed a website called ¨Yo Denuncio / I denounce¨ with information on how and where to denounce animal abuse with the relevant authorities. Also guides you through the process of writing

How Can I Find A Lawyer In Spain?

Visit the legal and lawyers section by using the link below.   Lawyers

Holiday Rentals Galicia – New Law To Be Approved

Announced as to be approved after the summer of 2016, to inform yourselves, here the info from the Galician Government about requisites that will apply to renting out your usual home /vivienda for holiday purposes, renting periods up to 30 days

Travellers – Goods/items You Can Or Cannot Bring Into Spain

Info from the Tax Agency. Some items/goods you cannot bring with you, some only with accompanying paperwork. On others no restrictions at all. LINK

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