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Over 1 million people in Spain sign petitions supporting euthanasia, to be put before Government on Friday
It comes after surveys have shown that 84% of Spain supports changing the legislation on euthanasia
Now imagine a foreign buyer who speaks no Spanish and a notary who speaks only Spanish and you have a deal-breaker
https://twitter.com/msoledadperez/status/1085141318429540352HUNDREDS of feminist activists have gathered at the Andalucian parliament to protest against the far-right supported government...
After the woman fell down and hit her head on the pavement she was rushed to the Moisès Broggi Hospital in a critical condition, where she died days later
An uncle and nephew were only cleared of the more serious offence of sexual assault - Spain's equivalent to rape
Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias signed the agreement into law at the Moncloa Palace in Madrid this month
The changes are part of a government roll-out of fiscal measures to achieve a fairer society
“It’s absurd that you can buy tequila or gin from a supermarket but marijuana is illegal”
IT is a well-documented fact that the Spanish Costas’ rich variety of foreign residents increases the complexity of legal issues and driving licenses -...
ACCORDING to the General Council of Notaries, these highly qualified professionals fulfill an essential part of the judicial life of this country by bringing...
THE ruling of this topic goes to show how can a case -otherwise strong- go horribly wrong for a client and subsequently his lawyer....
The law would make Andalucia Spain's first region with a publicly-funded entrepreneurship fund
Andalucia’s new holiday rental law could kill the goose that laid the golden egg
Expats slam decision to ban dogs from Costa beaches
Proportionally, Spain is Europe’s smallest spender on green policies
The restaurant was forced to close because of changes to rental laws in March
Abortion rights are today being debated in Spanish parliament after at least three PP politicians declared themselves against new 'mini' reforms