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Evictions in Spain

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Evictions in Spain have had some legal changes over the past week, with new regulations. These entered into law in Spain on 23/12/20 and will apply until 9/5/21, which is currently the official end of the State of Alarm. Contrary to what many people think, there is not a speedy process for evictions in Spain. It can still take 6... Read more »

Important Spanish Legal Terms To Know

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What are the important Spanish legal terms to know or useful words? We are going to explain here some of them here. A list might be confusing, so let’s start with terms to do with law. Spanish Terms for Law First of all lawyers or solicitors are called abogados (or abogadas if female). We have one of each on our... Read more »

A REAL BARE OWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITY – 72,000€

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Bare Ownership Opportunity – An Investment deal in Hondon De Frailes, Alicante, Spain.  We have recently met a lovely lady who is selling her bare ownership property in Hondon de los Frailes.  Firstly, to clearly explain: the owner is not selling her property for you to live in. What is Being Sold? She is selling the property in a bare... Read more »

What is Derecho De Tanteo y Retracto?

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Derecho De Tanteo y Retracto is to do with a new law in the Valencia region of Spain. This became law in June in 2020. It affects property as it gives the Valencian government the right to first refusal and withdrawal of property transactions. How Does Derecho de Tanteo Y Retracto Affect Clients? Basically if an owner is selling their... Read more »

What happens to your home in Spain when entering a nursing home?

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Your heirs may not have any estate to enjoy in Spain after your days, when entering a nursing home. Do you think one day you may be entering a nursing home. First the good news: well, life expectancy in Spain is high. Chances are you’ll live well into your 80s, your 90s and possibly even longer. Maybe not even entering... Read more »

Update on Spain; Covid, Brexit and even time for some fun!

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Welcome everyone to our latest Spanish Solutions update.  Spain is recovering as well as can be expected, despite the impact of COVID19. This week’s figures as of 27/11/20 are 1,637,844 cases to date with, sadly, 44,374 deaths. While the current border closure and night curfew restrictions are set to be reviewed on 9th December, 2020, the president of the Valencian... Read more »

What Taxes Need to Be Paid When Selling in Spain?

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Many people are not aware of what is involved such as taxes to be paid when selling a property in Spain. We hope that you will find this article useful. Taxes to be Paid When Selling Capital Gains Tax 2) Plusvalia Tax Capital Gains Tax The Capital Gains Tax is a tax calculated on the difference between the price when... Read more »

Problems When Inheriting a Spanish Property with Others

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Some issues that we see from time to time are problems when inheriting a Spanish property with others. This is quite common as Spanish property is owned in percentages thus if two partners or spouses. For example, leave their 50% shares to different people in their Wills. Family Problems When Inheriting a Spanish Property With Others We have seen many... Read more »

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