Friday, 20 October, 2017

Tag: Supreme Court

For the first time, all 11 judges will sit to rule on a decision that could have far-reaching constitutional and political consequences

Some former Partido Popular co-workers of the Valencia mayor claimed that media pressure mounted on Barbera over her involvement in a corruption scandal led to her having a heart attack in a Madrid hotel

Podemos Andalucia is leading the criticism, claiming that the Junta and central government are playing a ‘tactical game of table tennis’ to delay demolition

Britain's new PM has made it clear she does not plan to trigger Brexit before 2017

100,000 British investors could be in line for a payout

Thousands of Spanish consumers probably owe Podemos recognition

Yet another case of poor management from the town hall’s planning department

Supreme Court rules life insurance bond for investment could be declared void

Two plaintiffs win case that could affect thousands of preferred share investors

Over 400 appeals were launched by Spanish companies following the PP’s 2013 reforms, which included a €1.7 billion cut to renewable energy

The end of hidden minimum interest fees gives thousands of Spanish mortgage holders cause to applause

A Supreme Court judge said he would reopen a case against Benjamin Netanyahu should he set foot in Spain

Supreme Court leaves Marbella without a plan

Any house built since 1986 that doesn’t comply with guidelines of that year may be illegal, which is a terrifying reality for thousands of expats

The decision to acquit three Greek sailors over the 2002 Prestige tanker spill has been met with widespread criticism

Nigel Segui was found guilty of stealing to fund his cocaine habit at Gibraltar Supreme Court

Three high-profile defamation cases against TV channel Telecinco, Spanish newspaper ABC and union Manos Limpias have been opened in Spain

Picardo took action against the group and its leader Miguel Bernard Remon after he described him in ‘scandalous and false’ terms in front of the European Commission in 2013

They are both under suspicion of being involved in the multi-million euro scam which has rocked Andalucia’s political scene

In a victory for common sense, Ronda’s ill-conceived Los Merinos double golf course macro-project has been finally scrapped

Ronda’s Los Merinos golf macroproject has been scrapped by the Supreme Court after almost a decade of legal warfare

As Spain’s former King Juan Carlos slips out of his paternity suit, another Spanish icon is facing his own dressing down

Two former government drivers have won €120,000 after being sacked by text message

Algarrobico Hotel edges towards legality

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