Businessmen and the self-employed who undertake a business venture in Spain have reason to rejoice. The highly anticipated “Entrepreneur Support Act” has finally arrived, a legislative reform that promises to revitalize those sectors of the Spanish economy most affected by the economic crisis and facilitate both the day to day existence of entrepreneurs who are.
It is no secret that the unfortunate reality of divorce is on the rise and, while modern marriages are significantly more stable than other sentimental arrangements, such as cohabitation, our legislators have made a great effort in recent years to reduce the angst and confusion surrounding divorce procedure. A little known fact, however, is just.
In order to encourage both national and international investment, the Government has passed a draft of the new “law of entrepreneurs”. Although the draft is still awaiting final approval, the basic guidelines of the future law have been set, which include the development of business projects in Spain, as well job creation. However, one of.
NEW EU REGULATION ON INHERITANCE Foreign residents in Spain should know that a new EU Regulation on inheritance has been approved as of the 4 of July 2012. The regulation will apply from the 17 of August 2015 and although, for the moment, the United Kingdom, Irland and Denmark have chosen not to take.
REFORM OF THE TENANCY LAWS A much needed reform of the tenency laws has already entered into force. Given the fact that many Spaniards and ex-pats have chosen to invest their savings in real estate, while others do not have the means to buy their own housing in Sapin, the reform is a step.
David Cameron seeks to restrict access to websites with adult content by default, blocking these web sites from computers, tablets or smartphones and beginning in 2014. The Prime Minister proposes a general block on pornographic web pages, a measure which in Spain would clearly be against free competition, as well as the right to privacy.
Introduction The art market is a prime example of British achievement in a highly competitive global environment. Britain has 29% of the global art and antiques market and is the second largest market in the world, second in size only to the United States. The British art and antiques market generated £7.7 billion in sales.
Sevilla Appeal Court (Civil Division) handed out an overwhelming judgment against abusive bank activity. The judgment contains a declaration of nullity of a contract “swap” (called “Clip Bankinter”) and condemn the bank to refund the client in 52.000,00 € and pay all the costs. The AC judgment includes many interesting pronouncements as we summarize below:.