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Your daily Spanish Law reporter. Have it with a cafe con leche. www.costaluzlawyers.es

Legal tip 905. Is it Free?
01 March 2013 @ 12:12

 

 Is it that free and freely given things is part of our Spanish culture the reason why you are attracted to our country and our lifestyle?

Gratuity is necessary for human beings and society as the air for feeling the dignity of being BIG just becuase being HUMAN.

That´s why we need to progress on creating a social, legal, professional, commercial and financial order which has human being and its dignity as the center of the matter!! So much more fun and enriching!

Anyone willing to help CostaLuz/De Castro to enhance this proffessional culture, please email us to: web@costaluzlawyers.es. We are aiming to the creation of a group of companies/ enterpreneurs living and enjoying this sense of working and this way  of making business and living  proffession. It will give for paying the bills too, I assure you.

Cheers,

Maria and the Costa Luz Lawyers team

Spain pilgrimage

"Spain pilgrimage", Segovia, Center of Spain, by Jobriga at flickr.com



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eggcup said:
02 March 2013 @ 19:47

Sorry Maria, but the post doesn't make sense. A gratuity is a tip, like the tip you leave in a bar or restaurant. I don't understand most of the post... Maybe you have a native English speaker in the office who can understand what you're getting at if you explain it and change some of the wording? Otherwise I don't think you'll get very far with the idea you have (I understood that bit) about creating some kind of professional body. I mean this as a constructive piece of advice.


Patricia (Campana) said:
04 March 2013 @ 14:14

Hello María. Got to agree with Eggcup. You do provide a lot of valuable information and ideas on your blog, not to mention the great photos, which I very much enjoy. However, there would be so much more feedback, I believe, if the English were more understandable.

Yes, gratuity does indeed mean a tip, as Eggcup points out. It can also refer to defined benefit and gratuity schemes (in a retirement benefits context).

Best regards,
P


Maria said:
05 March 2013 @ 17:10

Excellent!

Any voluntary out there willing to help with blog revision?


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