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Vacation Homes in the Canary Islands, 70 new ones per day after the announcement of the new Law

Between June 2023 and April 2024, the average was 50.22 new licenses each day. This last month, since the Government of the Canary Islands approved the draft of the regulations that hopes to regularize said economic activity, the ratio is 70 per day. Acceleration of vacation rentals in the Canary Islands. In the last month, …

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He asked for 24,500 euros and had to pay €50,000. A loan with interest of 19.170% was canceled for usury

The Annual Equivalent Rate (APR) exceeded by 9.35 points that established by the Bank of Spain tables for consumer credit operations on the date of formalization of the contract. The Court of First Instance number 3 of Cádiz has upheld a consumer's claim and has declared the nullity of a...

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Ana Rebeca Rodríguez Lawyer Specialized in Civil Law. Property Registry and Real Estate Legalization.

If you need legal advice in Tenerife for matters related to Civil Law, Purchase and Sale of Real Estate, Property Registry, Legalization and Updating of Documentation of Estates and Real Estate, contact us. We will offer you the best advice backed by years of experience in the matter. With more than a decade of experience in this matter and…

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Capital gains, who pays this tax?

Who is responsible for paying this municipal tax? We have already talked previously about what capital gains are and the basis on which they are applied. We have also commented that the capital gains tax is paid either by whoever transfers the property, or by whoever acquires it. Depending on the type of operation, it will be up to one or…

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