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My law practice covers the following areas of the Spanish law: international law, litigation and disputes related to foreign investments, property and business law, inheritance and family matters. Continue reading “WELCOME TO MY BLOG”
A new Spanish Law enacted on 7th October 2015 reduced the general term established to file lawsuits from 15 to 5 years. You may find below a list of legal actions, credits and contracts affected by this new expiry date.
Tenerife is still being the preferred destination of many foreign investors looking for a second home in the sun. For many years property prices have been high and due to our territory limitations it has been quite a difficult task to find the property of your dreams at the right price. You may find below some useful tips to find investment opportunities right from your home away …
Normally spanish wills are signed before a public notary in Spain, however in the current circumstances and with the severe restrictions on freedom of movement and confinement, notaries can only attend to urgent matters.
Let’s say, for the sake of argument, that you have signed a long-term contract which established.
On 15 October 2014 the First Chamber of the Supreme Court issued Judgment 591/2014 in which the change of jurisprudential trend initiated by Judgment 333/2014 of 30 June 2014, in the interpretation of the rebus sic stantibus clause, came to fruition.