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Professional squatters have found new means of bypassing new laws, and everyone is passing the buck, writes Jacque Talbot
Despite the seemingly random trail of destruction they leave behind, squatting has now become a sophisticated operation reenforced by ringleaders with up-to-date knowledge of the legal system.
Shares in a number of Spanish banks, including Bankia and Sabadell, promptly tumbled at the prospect of massive retroactive legal claims
EXCLUSIVE: Bank in Spain refuses payout to fix British expat pensioner’s gate as ’wind was not strong enough’
AN expat pensioner has been forced to fork out for new gates despite having insurance for over 17 years. Sylvia Rush, based in Alhaurin el...
Some 1,700 companies shift from region amid fears over economy
CERVEZAS San Miguel has shocked Catalunya by announcing they have moved their headquarters from Barcelona to Malaga in response to the independence referendum. The company...
Catalunya's second largest bank makes moves after shares dive
Finance flight worries as CaixaBank and Sabadell see shares plummet
PROPERTY prices in Malaga are expected to soar by 5% next year thanks to increasing demand. It comes after Solvia, the property division of...
One case alone saw a €958,000 payout, plus interest
The closure accounts for 12% of the bank’s network
European Commission tells banks to repay customers’ hit by so-called floor clauses in their mortgage
Incredibly many banks are still refusing to remove the clauses
Five companies are still in the running, including Solvia, the real estate platform of Spanish lender Sabadell