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ON Monday July 6, 2020, the Directorate General of Migration and the Policia Nacional issued - upon application - a new residency card and, with it, a new residency status specifically created pursuant to the Withdrawal Agreement (Part Two), published jointly by the EU and the UK on November 14, 2018.
Lawbird’s Antonio Flores reveals what you may not know about €500 ‘BinLaden’ notes and cash payments in Spain
Up to €100,000 if travelling within Spain and €10,000 if entering or departing the country, without notifying the authorities
Now imagine a foreign buyer who speaks no Spanish and a notary who speaks only Spanish and you have a deal-breaker
THE Senate has approved specific measures against illegal occupiers of private property. Under the new bill, squatters will be served with an eviction notice...
Many see in the Spanish Tax Office a tyrannical entity intent on extorting wealth from law-abiding citizens
A BRITISH-hotel has accused a local lawyer of involvement in a terrifying hand-grenade attack. The manager of Marbella’s Sisu hotel claims legal eagle Antonio Flores...
ALERTED by groups of neighbours suffering from a small number of establishments throwing endless daytime parties with blasting music, Spanish national TV press has...
BACK in 1993, the London-based IBCA rating company, later absorbed by Fitch Ratings Inc., hailed Banco Popular as the most profitable bank in the...
EIC network has dug into hundreds of thousands of documents that show that Malta operates a tax system where companies pay the lowest tax on profits in the EU
Landsbanki collapsed at the start of Spain’s housing crisis in 2008
The multi-millionaire banking scion has denied any knowledge of the complex case that saw over 100 mostly British pensioners lose millions in an equity release scheme
The activities of a squatter are not protected by the law
How to put your property in the best position
French police have been ordered to track down one of Europe’s wealthiest aristocrats over a fraud involving hundreds of British pensioners