Monthly Archives: July 2014

THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY

A term often coined when speaking about estate agents. Never has it been truer than in Spain. Not only was estate agency an easy ride for any Spanish person with a piece of ancestral land to sell but also a … Continue reading

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THE PAROT DOCTRINE

You may have read in the papers about Spain´s Parot Doctrine being over turned by the European Court of Human Rights, forcing them to release from prison some pretty heavy duty criminals before the end of their full jail terms. … Continue reading

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NEW RENTAL LAWS

The Junta de Andalucia have finally announced that they will introduce licensing for holiday rental properties which offer rentals of 1 month or less. Following the approval of this law at national level last year. This includes not only whole … Continue reading

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ACT OF MODERN DAY PIRACY IN THE STRAITS OF GIBRALTAR OR A VALID LEGAL CLAIM

The Strait of Gibraltar have been a place of fascination to many over the years. Reputedly the site of the Pillars of Hercules with the northern pillar being the Rock of Gibraltar and the southern rock in dispute, but thought … Continue reading

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CHANGE TO ROAD TRAFFIC LAWS IN SPAIN

Having been a country where driving was somewhat more pleasurable and less stressful than in other parts of Europe,  Spain has issued,  in March of this year,  a whole raft of new road traffic legislation affecting  not only drivers but … Continue reading

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