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Can I still make a will during a state of alert in Spain?

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Can I still make a will during a state of alert in Spain?

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The simplified process of obtaining a license of first occupation

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Golden Visa

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La requête legales des montants indûment payéés dans les contrats d’emprunt hypothecaire.

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La requête legales des montants indûment payéés dans les contrats d’emprunt hypothecaire. Watch Out!

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Buying and Selling a house in Spain

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Buying and Selling a house in Spain. Triay & Triay offers one of the most focused and dedicated series available to property purchases in Spain. It is our primary goal to give a professional, friendly and efficient service, guaranteed throughout all our transaction: Reservation Deposit, Deposit Contract and The Sale Contract. Watch OUT!

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Deprevied Off Plan Buyers

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A recent Spanish supreme court decision which came out in May of this year and which may give you the opportunity to get back money that you have paid to a developer that subsequently went to liquidation or bankruptcy without being able to repaid the monies back and moreover you might not receive the flat or the apartment or the property that you have paid for. So if you fall into this category of having paid money to a developer who have failed to build your property directly or at all, or that’s gone into liquidation, then you have the right to sue the bank directly that took the money from the developer and held it on your behalf. The reason why is that the Spanish supreme court has decided that the banks who held the money from the developer on your behalf has directly responsibility to look after you and a duty of care so if you did not get a bank policy of insurance, a bank guarantee, or you did not get one from the developer, then you are entitle to get your money from the bank directly so you don’t need to sue the developer.

If you feel you have claim against the developer who is no longer there or who does not build the property, you can now sue the bank.

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