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Building woes in Spain: If it’s not legal then surely it is MUST be illegal?

MANY Brits find it daunting moving to Spain. It’s not just the language barrier - often we assume that laws will be similar to...

Restaurants and bars across Spain are now required by law to offer free tap water 

FOR years campaigners have been calling for Spain to make it a legal obligation to provide free tap water on demand at bars and...

OBIT: Remembering David Searl, author of Spain’s expat bible on all legal matters, who has died aged 82

DAVID Searl, the author of expat Bible ‘You & The Law in Spain’ which provides a step by step guide to all aspects of...

British expats demand quicker action from local authorities regarding legal status of their homes on Spain’s Costa Blanca

HOMEOWNERS on the Camposol Urbanisation in Mazarron (Murcia) have met local politicians to thrash out solutions to problems regarding ownership of their properties. Despite a...

Polisario Front threatens Spanish airline with legal action over flights to the Sahara

THE NATIONALIST group Polisario Front has threatened to take legal action against Spanish airline company Binter Canarias after they resumed flights between Laâyoune and...

Court orders man to pay back his dead wife’s inheritance in Spain because he found love again

A man has lost his dead wife's inheritance because he broke a promise not to have a relationship with another woman. A court in A...

BE AWARE: The issues facing SL limited company directors in Spain

Lawyer Antonio Flores of Lawbird in Marbella on the SL limited company debts - and directors’ personal responsibility

THE MOMENT OF TRUTH: Former Madrid regional president faces three years in prison over master’s forgery scandal

THE court case against former Madrid regional president Cristina Cifuentes over accusations that she forged her master’s degree has now entered its final stage. Cifuentes...

EXCLUSIVE: Expat fashion boss Jody Smart goes from catwalk queen to alleycat after probe over alleged multi-million investment fraud

A WELL-KNOWN expat fashion designer and ex-model has been grilled at a Costa Blanca court over her involvement in one of the biggest investment...

Top Costa del Sol legal firm flying high with new Marbella office launch

The new look office will accommodate 30 members of staff and features a living ‘green’ wall alongside state of the art conference rooms

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 -...

Spain celebrates a decade of same-sex marriage

Spain was the third country in the world to legalise same-sex marriage

Crying out for clarity

Lawyer Antonio Flores delves into the murky world of inheritance tax and how it affects expats

Legal trouble over Gibraltar’s insufficient sewage works

Gibraltar's lack of a sewage treatment plant has landed the UK government in trouble with European courts

Law in action

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

Things to consider when facing a divorce abroad

The top five things to consider abroad to dodge a difficult break-up, writes Frank Arndt, Managing Partner of Paradigm Family Law

Stunning expat victory againt Cajasol bank and Costa del Sol property promoter

Estepona court orders repayment of €600,000

Andalucia’s solar plant at the centre of million-euro legal battle

Andasol investors are suing Spain following solar subsidy cuts

No hiding place?

When community fee debts from Spain come knocking on your door in Britain...

Banking magnate Baron Rothschild to appear in court in victory for expats

An Alicante court has issued a writ to indict and interrogate the boss of N.M Rothschild & Sons

Work to resume at controversial Algarrobico hotel

The 'hotel ilegal' saga has taken another twist

The legal battle that restored Spain’s claim to the biggest ever underwater bounty

Jack Gaioni explores modern-day treasure hunters, are they pirates or archaeologists?

Behind bars in Spain

Antonio Flores of Marbella law firm, Lawbird, explores the controversies of a night in a cell

Los Merinos golf course green for go on UNESCO-protected area in Ronda

Eight years of legal wrangling and the planned development might still come to pass





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