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Property leasing: alternatives and tax implications

With the entry into force on 26 May 2023 of Law 12/2023, of 24 May, on the right to housing, and as we commented in our blog just before its approval, the rental housing market is in one of its most convulsive moments, which may put the activity of landlords at risk due to excessive […]
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Blog, Company Law
Impugnación acuerdos sociales

Legitimisation to challenge corporate resolutions in court

Article 206 of the Caorporate Enterprises Act regulates the standing to challenge corporate resolutions adopted by the General Meeting of a commercial company. Percentage of share capital required to challenge company resolutions In principle, any of the directors, third parties with a legitimate interest and shareholders who have acquired such status prior to the adoption […]
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Blog, Labour Law
Reducción jornada laboral máxima

What obligations will companies have to comply with the reduction of working hours to 37.5 hours per week?

The reduction of the maximum working week of 40 hours per week in annual calculation, which is currently included in article 34 of the Workers’ Statute, is one of the commitments included in the government pact signed at the time between PSOE and SUMAR, which established a reduction of the maximum working week to 37.5 […]
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Blog, Real Estate Law
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How has the new Housing Law affected the eviction procedure for large tenants?

Law 12/2023 of 24 May on the right to housing, which entered into force on 26 May 2023, established a series of measures to protect the constitutional right to housing, which materialised in the amendment of article 439.6 of the Civil Procedure Law, through the addition of paragraphs 6 and 7. These regulate the admission […]
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Blog, Company Law, Family Business
Arrendamiento bienes inmuebles

Exemptions for family businesses: I have a company that leases real estate, what are the consequences for wealth tax?

As we mentioned in a previous post, the value of the shares held must be declared in the Wealth Tax (IP). As a reminder, in that article we also commented on the so-called “family business exemption”, which is established in article 4-Eight-Two of Law 19/1991, of 6 June (LIP). In this new article, we analyse […]
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Blog, Data protection
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Does your company carry out appropriate national ID card processing?

It is common for companies to ask their customers to show their ID card or passport and even to scan it or request it to be sent by email in order to carry out the identification of a natural person. However, in doing so, companies may be in breach of the data minimisation principle contained […]
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