Evictions in SpainWhat is Eviction?

Evictions in Spain

Evictions in Spain are the judicial processes by which a landlord may have a tenant removed from their property for breach of the rental contract, usually failure to pay the agreed rent.

The landlord may then use the property either personally or rent it to another tenant.

All that is typically required is to show proof of a the agreed terms of the lease of the property and to show that the rent is not being paid as agreed.

In addition to obtaining the return of the property free of occupation, the landlord is entitled to receive any outstanding monies owed under the rental agreement.

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18 Lawyers Offering Eviction Proceedings Services in Spain

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  • Ilona Barta
    Ilona Barta, Torrevieja

    Inma was extremely helpful: she responded promptly and kept us up dated during our case every day. She possesses great negotiation skills that led to success in our case. Great value for money for complicated issue. Inma also made us clear about Spanish legislations and law that was helpful.


    Approachable and highly professional. Can't express enough our gratitude. We will definitely recommend Inma.


    Great service.


    May 29, 2020
  • Colin Stuart Farmer
    Colin Stuart Farmer, UK

    Juan Ignacio met me in Almeria and with skill and persistence was able to deal with the eviction of a non paying tenant in a very short time, and avoided long and drawn out court processes.(The time factor was important because after gaining access it became apparent that the occupant was rapidly trashing the place.).


    At all times he maintained personal contact with continuous updates during the process.


    A great bloke, great job done and good value.

    Hopefully he can do the same for when I sell the place.


    Dec 15, 2017
  • Bjarne ten Harkel
    Bjarne ten Harkel, The Netherlands

    My lawyer Rossana is an honest person and highly professional. She is simpatico. I would definitely hire this lawyer again.


    Nov 22, 2017