Prevention of money laundering: New obligation to incorporate into the company register (before 3rd of September 2019)

The Royal Decree Law No. 11/2018 has recently reformed Law 10/2018 of 28 April on the Prevention of Money Laundering and the Financing of Terrorism. An additional provision now requires all-natural persons and legal entities to register in the commercial register in case they provide one or more of the following services (as provided for [...]

Tourist rentals – what does the preliminary draft law say?

Primary and brief practical approach to the civil law aspects (Preliminary draft law amending the 8/2012 Law, of July 19, relating to tourism in the Balearic Islands, concerning the marketing of tourist accommodation)   0.- IS IT APPLICABLE NOW? No. It is only a preliminary draft that must be approved by the Governing Council and [...]

By |December 16th, 2016|Civil law, Commercial law, Property law|0 Comments


BOE 05/07/2013 núm. 160

By |July 8th, 2013|Commercial law|0 Comments

Judgment from the Supreme Court against mortgage loans with minimum interest rates

    A new judgment from the Supreme Court on May the 9th opens the door for proceedings against those banks which have granted mortgage loans with minimum interest rates (so called “clausula suelo”) imposed. Nevertheless before starting the corresponding court case, expensive in time and costs, we consider that it would be advisable to [...]


Some time ago we have created a blog where the lawyers, tax advisors and economists from DMS- Consulting frequently publish news and reports about every legal subject (labor law, administrative law, tax law, civil law, criminal law etc.) and accounting: (http://www. consultingdms. com) Following the line of COPYLEFT, which goes back to the idea of [...]