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Legal tip 12. Fundamental rights of foreigners in Spain
30 November 2008 @ 20:15

I am starting a new serie of legal tips so you can know and enjoy  the broad field of  rights and freedoms legally recognised to foreigners in Spain.

I am going through the provisions of the Inmigration Act ( 2000).

Any questions or doubts...please let us kow.

Provision 3. Rights of foreigners and interpretation of Law.
1.- Foreigners have in Spain all the rights and freedoms exposed in Title I of the Spanish Constitution, according to the terms established in International treaties, in this Law and in those laws which regulate every of these rights. As a general interpretative criterion, it will be understood that foreigners exercise rights recognised in this Law in equal conditions to Spanish nationals.
2. Law rules regarding fundamental rights of foreigners will be interpreted according to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and to International Treaties and Agreements on same matters enforceable in Spain. Different religious, cultural or ideological beliefs or practises,cannot justify any act against these rules.

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Alexander said:
04 August 2011 @ 06:37

At the same time, statistics show that apart from the Brits, other europeans too are flocking in increasing numbers to buy property on the Costa Blanca. According to real estate agents, these buyers are impressed by the sun and a perfect living climate -- and they seem prepared to pay a premium for it.

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