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Legal Questions Podcast With Maria de Castro

Every month, in association with Maria de Castro of Costa Luz Lawyers, we're going to be bringing you a recorded podcast where Maria will be answering your questions relating to Spanish law. Be informed!

Monthly legal podcast - Send us your questions!
21 September 2018 @ 21:33

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Feeg said:
22 September 2018 @ 10:46

Under what circumstances and what time and amounts limits can a community of owners claim debts from community members. And can an apartment be sold by the community to recover unpaid community fees. Is the oft referred to "4 year limit" a law?


nigelandkath said:
22 September 2018 @ 17:26

can you tell me the legal status regarding obtaining healthcare in spain since the change by royal decree on july 27th this year.
I am of the understanding that healthcare in spain is now free.
We currently obtain healthcare in spain as residents and early retirees via the convenio especial scheme which I understand has been abolished in Andalucia, but we are in Valencia.


suejat said:
22 September 2018 @ 18:19

Is there a period of time during which a contract can be annulled without penalty?


ads said:
27 September 2018 @ 10:35

Under the new law governing bank guarantees with regard to off plan new builds, if a BG has been issued without a building licence in place, does this make the BG worthless?
Are there any automatic restrictions in place to prevent a BG being issued under these circumstances to act as regulatory control from the outset?
Or will the purchaser be left with no alternative but to litigate, and who would be responsible for this failure that leaves the purchaser at risk of their deposited monies being left unsecured? The conveyancing lawyer or bank, or both?
Thank you Maria.


ads said:
28 September 2018 @ 09:32

Are agents legally bound to forewarn purchasers of new builds that they need to ensure a building licence is in place prior to depositing any monies, otherwise their deposits will be left unsecured?


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