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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”
The president must be an owner or the appointment will be null and void. A limited company can be appointed. The president is the person or body who represents the community externally, and its most important individual, such that the other members of the community especially the secretary and administrator, are required to carry out his/her administrative orders and instructions, though this does not empower him to dismiss anyone, nor to take legal action or file claims, sack employees and approve works, without approval of the community. Continue reading “COMMUNITY – Governing bodies and owner representation: Questions and answers (II)”
Once we have made the decision to buy a second home in Spain, we can consider the following issues:
If one of the owners dies, are the procedures difficult? How much tax will the heirs have to pay? There are often cases where the heirs don’t have the means to go through the legal procedures and pay the taxes in their own country, and then again in Spain … and so, what do we do?
fThe question is: Can I rent my apartment for weekly holiday lets in the Canaries?
Weekly rental via advertising (internet, press, estate and travel agencies, etc) is considered as a commercial rental or use other than residential, and this activity falls within the exclusive jurisdiction of the Canarian Government, for which reason it is regulated by regional legislation.
Before privately offering an apartment as touristic accommodation you must be aware that Canarian law imposes heavy financial penalties for this type of tourism operation when it is carried out illegally. Continue reading “HOLIDAY RENTALS”