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Knowing the Law in Spain: A Guide to Spanish Law for the British Property Owner, Resident or Long-Term Visitor
There are 250,000 ex-pats along the 120km stretch of the Costa del Sol, with perhaps an even larger population along the Costa Blanca and as many as 100,000 who have made a new life in the Islands. With a large further group of "permanent" holidaymakers you have a British community in Spain rapidly approaching a million., There is little information...
There are 250,000 ex-pats along the 120km stretch of the Costa del Sol, with perhaps an even larger population along the Costa Blanca and as many as 100,000 who have made a new life in the Islands. With a large further group of "permanent" holidaymakers you have a British community in Spain rapidly approaching a million., There is little information available to help newcomers deal with Spanish Laws even though there is a real need for detailed information in a country where legal and practical contradictions appear commonplace. This book is not an academic description of the Spanish legal system. It is a practical guide to the most common applications of Spanish law affecting a foreigner who spends a considerable amount of time in Spain. It covers: your status as a European Union citizen; cash, credit and currency; buying, selling, letting or renting your property; customs control and consumer protection; working in Spain; personal taxation; buying, selling and running a car; birth, marriage, divorce and death; and wills and inheritance tax.
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