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24 Apr 2023
This service is available across Spain
Who Is This Service For?
This service is tailor-made for Spanish landlords who encounter difficulties with uncooperative tenants or illegal squatters and necessitate legal aid to reclaim their property.
Clients commonly utilizing this service are property holders confronting hurdles arising from rent arrears, unauthorized habitation, or alternative rental agreement violations.
Given the intricacy and financial burden of evictions in Spain, particularly in light of the 2023 legal amendments, this service becomes indispensable for landlords.
The objective is to pilot through the Spanish legal maze, providing tactical solutions to landlords, safeguarding their rights, and ensuring the eviction trajectory is as seamless and swift as possible.
No particular eligibility criteria are mandatory to commence eviction actions in Spain.
Nonetheless, landlords should respond without delay, especially concerning squatters, as property owners are allotted only 48 hours to seek intervention from the Spanish police.
Beyond this timeframe, squatters may utilize Spanish law to legally obstruct their removal.
Initiating the legal process involves dispatching a formal notification to the tenant, demanding the immediate settlement of overdue rent and bills. Should dialogue prove unsuccessful, eviction actions are launched.
The ‘Express’ Eviction route, chiefly employed for rent-defaulting tenants and squatters, unfolds through juicio verbal, a more rapid process which anticipates a verdict within five days, even though actual court appearance may take several months to arrange.
If the tenant abstains from contesting or settling the outstanding dues, eviction can proceed devoid of an official court process. In instances where the tenant opposes, judicial scrutiny takes place. If the tenant refrains from vacating the property, an eviction date is determined by the Court.
- Clients utilizing this service will derive advantage from proficient direction through Spain’s intricate tenant eviction laws, supplied by adept English-speaking legal practitioners, ensuring adherence to all statutory prerequisites while evading potential liabilities.
- This service affords landlords mental ease, cognizant that their case is being managed proficiently and effectively, curtailing delays and superfluous expenses.
- The legal practitioners’ adeptness in traversing the legal realm, combined with their English proficiency, ensures lucid communication and comprehension of the involved legal procedures, reducing stress for the landlords.
What Does This Service Consist Of?
- Preliminary Evaluation and Consultation: Comprehending your unique situation and providing legal counsel on eviction actions.
- Dispatching Official Notice: Crafting and forwarding official notice to the tenant requiring immediate payment of overdue rent and bills.
- Conciliation with Tenant/Squatter: Striving to achieve an extrajudicial settlement with the defaulting tenant or squatter.
- Commencement of Eviction Actions: Submitting the essential documents to inaugurate eviction actions if dialogues break down.
- Legal Representation: Advocating for the client during court sessions if the tenant disputes the actions.
- Execution of Eviction Directive: Ensuring the eviction directive is applied and aiding in recovering possession of the property.
- Recovery of Damages and Unpaid Rent: Aiding the client in recovering damages, unsettled rent, and legal expenditures, if relevant.
Free Support Services Included
When combined with the free and innovative Advocate Abroad support services you can be sure that you are obtaining completely transparent legal services from registered and regulated English-speaking lawyers abroad.These support services include:
- Verification of the regulatory status of your professional.
- Fees as recommended by the Local Professional Body
- Fees specified in advance and legally guaranteed.
- Service levels agreed in advance and guaranteed.
- All professionals must hold professional indemnity insurance.
- Professionals' proficiency in English monitored.
- Continuous quality controls and reviews.