Landlord and tenants rights in Spain are regulated by The "Ley de Arrendamiento Urbano (LAU 29/1994)", learn what rights have both in Spain.
For information on this topic go to the guide: Evictions in Spain .
Complaints about noise and other anti-social behaviour
Should other members of the community of owners make complaints to the landlord regarding the behavior of the tenant that is anti-social such as making noise at late hours etc the landlord should relay these complaints to the tenant in an effort to avoid their recurrence.
If such efforts fail and the anti-social behavior continues, the landlord has recourse to the law to terminate the lease.
Who is responsible for household bills?
The community charges and taxes are payable by the tenant only if this is expressly agreed to in the contract. Those bills that are capable of individualization i.e. that can be metered, such as gas, electric, telephone etc are payable by the tenant.