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Gibraltar man awarded £745 settlement by hotel… in pound coins

AFTER a legal case against a hotel in Gibraltar, a settlement has been awarded by paying a resident in a bag of coins. Martyn Brown,...

Distribution company will also sue over Mallorcan meat scandal

THE distribution company connected to the rotten meat scandal has announced that they too will take the dodgy company to court. The Association of Food...

Spanish man jailed for sexually abusing cousin in Andalucia after plying her with drugs

A 36-year-old Spanish man who sexually abused his cousin while she was unconscious has been sentenced to five years in prison.   The offence, dating back...

Man who bought BHS for £1 is found guilty for part in pension mishap

District Judge William Ashworth said some of the evidence given by Chappell was ‘not credible’ with some of his explanations ‘making no sense’.

Real Madrid’s Luca Modric appears in court over defrauding the taxman

He is accused of defrauding the tax authorities of €870,728 in 2013 and 2014.

Parents allowed to read kids’ Whatsapp messages, court rules in Pontevedra

The judge ruled that there was a legal clash with Article 154 of the country’s civil code, relating to parental responsibilities.

Olive Press judges Málaga’s new five star Miramar Hotel that was previously a court

It has been 12 years since Jon Clarke first step through the doors at the Palacio de Miramar and since then a lot has changed.

Riot girls: Feminist court case highlights how freedom of expression is stifled in Spain

Last month, a student was given a suspended prison sentence after tweeting about the 1973 assassination of Francoist Prime Minister Admiral Blanco

Spanish court annulls Airbnb fine

The property sharing site had been sanctioned for advertising lodgings without a permit to host tourists

23-stone man accused of squashing donkey to death in Spain did not commit a crime, judge rules

A judge has thrown out the case at a preliminary trial, ruling that there is ‘no evidence of a criminal offence’

Spain’s gag law fight taken to European court

Group of journalists fight against ‘gag law’ which may decrease police accountability in Spain

Mind your language!

Mouthing off in Spain is putting your foot in it big-style when the law intervenes, writes Antonio Flores

General Motors on trial in Cadiz for causing bankruptcy of local dealership and loss of 150 jobs

Eight years ago, the American company suddenly closed every single Opel factory in Andalucia

Pharmacy in Sevilla wins right to withhold morning-after pill

Spanish court rules that a fine for not selling the morning-after pill violates pharmacist's ideological rights

EXCLUSIVE: Baron Rothschild indicted in France over fraud case

French police have been ordered to track down one of Europe’s wealthiest aristocrats over a fraud involving hundreds of British pensioners

Commission? Think again

Antonio Flores argues that Real Estate agents are not entitled to commission for registering a client with a property owner or developer

Nerja footballer on trial for assaulting referee

Goalkeeper Ivan Cabello faces a 26-month prison sentence

Former mayor in court as 29 foreign-owned homes face demolition in Almeria

The former mayor of Almeria, Federico Molina, stands accused of allowing homes to be illegally built on protected land

Ex-mayor of Tolox facing two years behind bars in Malaga trial

Urban-planning licences gave 'free rein' to build on non-urbanised land

Madrid judges probed over receiving payments in return for IT contracts

Judges have been receiving 'back door' payments since 2011

Spanish officers to appear in court accused of beating a migrant in Melilla

The 23-year-old was carried, apparently unconscious, back to Morocco

Law in action

Resolution to residency cases in record time gives hope to foreign investors, writes lawyer Antonio Flores

Lawyer slams British bureaucracy for keeping innocent expat in Spanish jail

Allegedly innocent Dutchman Romano van der Dussen has been behind bars for 11 years

Spain’s Princess Cristina ordered to sell mansion to cover trial costs

The Princess is facing four years in jail for accessory to tax fraud

Penelope Cruz loses legal battle over topless photos

Cruz has been ordered to pay €3,500 to cover Ekstra Bladet's legal costs
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