around legal matters
case one acquires a property in
Spain there are quite a few questions t consider. The legal system
here is quite different from other countries. The questions
concerning taxes, insurances, loans and inheriting are very specific
for different regions in Spain. These questions makes it even more
necessary to get legal help. Particularly by dealing with second hand
properties. It may be worth considering buying a secondhand property
as this maybe a favorable investment, however be aware of the legal
formalities. Buying such a property offers the possibility to inspect
the purchase before buying. Spanish new constructions may often come
with unpleasant surprises. Assistance of a lawyer is must a to avoid
fraud and other unpleasant problems. Questions one have to have
cleared are several and complex:
build a house in Spain..................
applies for construction of
house? What permits must one have? Does it matter if I'm not a
Spanish citizen ?
/ purchase of property in Spain...........
persons or companies who are registered in the land-register as owner
can sell property in Spain. What abut inheriting? What about
rent a property.......
1994 Spain got a new law concerning all aspects of what has impact
upon renting of property. How are these new rules?
about joint housing and communal area?
flats and apartments are under special laws. These laws regulates the
joint costs for maintenance and joint garden etc. How does these laws
is only a few of the questions that have to be cleared. So, the
advice must be: Take contact with someone who is a specialist in
Spanish law. It costs a little, but it may undoubtedly pay off in the