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Bare ownership: what is it and how does it work?

Bare ownership: what is it and how does it work?

Bare ownership implies the right that a person has over an asset, such as real estate, being its sole and exclusive owner. However, the right to use it will not belong to this person, as for this we would have to refer to the person who has its usufruct. For this...

Whistleblowing: the internal complaint channel within a company

Whistleblowing: the internal complaint channel within a company

On April 16, 2019, the Council of the European Union approved the Directive of the European Parliament and the Council on the protection of persons reporting breaches of Union Law (known as the Whistleblowing Directive), which came into effect on December 17, 2019,...

Legal Agenda 2022

Legal Agenda 2022

We will now analyze the main legislative developments expected to take place in 2022:   First. - End of the insolvency moratorium? Through Royal Decree-Law 27/2021 of November 23, the Government has again extended the insolvency moratorium that expired on...

New extension of the insolvency moratorium

New extension of the insolvency moratorium

The Government has again extended the insolvency moratorium bound to expire on December 31 until June 30 2022 through Royal Decree-Law 27/2021 of November 23.  Consequently, debtors who are in a situation of insolvency will not have the duty to request the declaration...

The earnest money contract: is it necessary? 

The earnest money contract: is it necessary? 

The earnest money contract, also known as deposit or reservation contract, lies its importance in the need to establish the conditions of purchase of a property, easening the whole process while declaring the guarantees against a possible breach by any of the parties....