Opening a Spanish bank account

Opening a Spanish bank account

By law a non-resident owner of more than two Spanish Properties should appoint a fiscal representative in Spain. Failure to do so may result in a fine of between 150€ and 6,000€. Those who only own one property in Spain are not obliged by law to appoint one, but it is...
Conveyancing & litigation

Conveyancing & litigation

You should never hand over any deposit unless it is accompanied by clear written guarantees, laying down the terms of sale. Never hand any deposit directly to a private vendor. All reputable agents and developers will hold your deposit in a protected client account....
Buying & Selling Property in Spain

Buying & Selling Property in Spain

Buying or selling a property is one of the most important legal transactions that most people undertake in their lifetime.  With English speaking lawyers, our conveyance legal representation aims to ensure a smooth legal process, safe investment and in a nutshell, a...
Setting up of direct debits

Setting up of direct debits

We can manage any changes that are necessary to your utility contracts, as well as the direct debit orders from your Spanish bank account.  If you do not have a bank account at this stage, please let us know and we will arrange for the necessary paperwork. The...
Rental contracts

Rental contracts

Resident landlords The Spanish tax man has sweetened the rental package recently by introducing a reduction of 50% in rental income for tax purposes. However, this unfortunately applies only to official residents on Spain. It is designed to stimulate the rental...
Non resident taxation

Non resident taxation

If a person resides more than 182 days in any calendar year in Spain, then that person will be deemed a resident in Spain for tax purposes. Persons spending less than this period, will be deemed non-resident for tax purposes. That said, it is impossible to establish...