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#community fees debts
# debt passed on to new owner
# does debt stay with house
# expats duped into paying utility debts
# IBI debts
# plusvalia debts
# utility debts
For anyone who thinks the title could be an exaggeration, they only have to visit one of the threads on expat forums to know that the title is factual. Numerous homeowners have paid debts that are not of their making.
These posts are...
# selling in Spain
# real estate
# conveyancing spain
# ley de costas
# coastal law
# 1988 law
It would be wishful thinking to suggest that the problems when purchasing land /plots in Spain on which to construct your dream home no longer exist. Land purchasers in the past have bought in good faith to find often-insurmountable hurdles in...
# floor clause
# claim bank clause
On the 21/12/2012 the European Court of Justice ruled the invalidity of the abusive floor clause and demand that the banks return the amounts overcharged retroactively. The ECJ has ruled that the Spanish Supreme Court did not have the ability to...
For those who have bought a property in Spain with a mortgage will have paid costs and fees associated with the mortgage on the purchase. These costs will include: valuation, notary, registry,(judicial taxes) and management...
Hundreds of thousands of homeowners who bought in the height of the last boom, are now finding that they have negative equity in their homes. Many are finding it impossible to meet the monthly mortgage payments. For these people it is not a...
The Supreme Court has found in favour of several purchasers who were attracted by the purchase of off-plan properties. One of those affected, a couple from the south of England bought into a residential complex in Alicante. The complex was to...
Annulment of the Marbella PGOU (Urban Development Plan) by the Supreme Court on the 04/11/2015
A conference was held to advise on the Legal Analysis and Consequences hosted by a top Marbella law firm.
Londoner B. L. said that he figures his money is better off in a Spanish home than earning next to nothing in a British savings account.The 33-year-old bank employee is searching for a property in the southern region of Murcia, where...