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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

Chaos ensues with new laws on Spanish mortgage loans, writes Lawbird’s Antonio Flores

Now imagine a foreign buyer who speaks no Spanish and a notary who speaks only Spanish and you have a deal-breaker

WATCH: Feminists camp outside Andalucian parliament to protest FAR-RIGHT support of new government

https://twitter.com/msoledadperez/status/1085141318429540352HUNDREDS of feminist activists have gathered at the Andalucian parliament to protest against the far-right supported government...

90-year-old woman killed by youth on his phone becomes Spain’s first electric scooter death

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

OUTRAGE as uncle and nephew cleared of rape after drugging woman in back alley sex attack in Spain

An uncle and nephew were only cleared of the more serious offence of sexual assault - Spain's equivalent to rape

Pedro Sanchez and Pablo Iglesias sign landmark deal to protect self-employed workers in Spain

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias signed the agreement into law at the Moncloa Palace in Madrid this month

Power to the people: Pedro Sanchez signs landmark deal to protect Spain’s self-employed

The changes are part of a government roll-out of fiscal measures to achieve a fairer society

GOING GREEN: Podemos leader Pablo Iglesias sparks controversial cannabis debate in Spain

“It’s absurd that you can buy tequila or gin from a supermarket but marijuana is illegal”

The costly experience of using a phony driver’s licence writes Antonio Flores

IT is a well-documented fact that the Spanish Costas’ rich variety of foreign residents increases the complexity of legal issues and driving licenses -...

Notaries and Supreme Court at war over validity of powers of attorney

ACCORDING to the General Council of Notaries, these highly qualified professionals fulfill an essential part of the judicial life of this country by bringing...

Choosing photocopied documents over originals could cost you

THE ruling of this topic goes to show how can a case -otherwise strong- go horribly wrong for a client and subsequently his lawyer....

Junta debating new law to foster entrepreneurs in Andalucia

The law would make Andalucia Spain's first region with a publicly-funded entrepreneurship fund

Costa del Sol holiday rental home rule breakers

Thousands of holiday rental homes have failed to be registered since the new regulations came into force

VAT law of the land

Part two of our series on the tax implications of buying, selling and developing urban land in Spain

The price to pay for Andalucia’s new holiday rental law

Andalucia’s new holiday rental law could kill the goose that laid the golden egg

Creative law making in Spain

The 11-month property rental contract is a case in point

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

Law by numbers

Lawyer Antonio Flores casts a whimsical eye over the latest judicial figures to hit the streets

Two thirds of Olive Press readers disagree with dog ban on ALL beaches

Expats slam decision to ban dogs from Costa beaches

Spain spends less of its GDP on green policies than rest of EU

Proportionally, Spain is Europe’s smallest spender on green policies

Cautious celebration for Spain’s property market

Spain’s housing market is rallying, but there are still many legal loose ends to be tied, writes Antonio Flores

A dying business

Changes to EU inheritance law simplified by Antonio Flores

Almeria’s ‘most famous tapas bar’ Casa Puga set to reopen

The restaurant was forced to close because of changes to rental laws in March

Abortion debate rages in Congress after three PP politicians oppose reforms

Abortion rights are today being debated in Spanish parliament after at least three PP politicians declared themselves against new 'mini' reforms
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