The European Supervision Order (ESO) is a European Directive that is designed to reduce the need for pre-trial detention. It is an alternative option that allows non-resident defendants to be held under supervision by the state that they consent to. Seguir leyendo “European Supervision Order”
Regulation (EC) No 805/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 April 2004 creating a European Enforcement Order (EEO) for uncontested claims designed a way to speed up the enforcement of civil cases in Member States. However, it is still necessary for the claimant to go before the courts in the defendant’s residence country and get a judgment against the debtor. Once a judgment is obtained, the claimant must apply to have it certified as a EEO. What is the applicable legislation in Spain, specifically in relation to loans guaranteed by mortgages? Seguir leyendo “European Enforcement Orders and Spanish law”
In Spain, surrogacy is forbidden under article 10.1 of the Law 14/2006 of 26 May on human assisted reproduction techniques, which states that all surrogacy agreements are null and void.
Due to this regulation, many Spanish residents are traveling to countries where this technique is legal. However, problems arise when parents want to register their children at the Spanish Civil Registry. Seguir leyendo “Surrogacy in Spain – far from recognition”
For the calculation of damages suffered by the victims of traffic accidents, Spanish law has a scale system known as the “Baremo” (Law 35/2015 of 22 September) which regulates civil liability and insurance matters in road traffic accidents and applies to cases involving accidents on or after 1 January 2016. The Baremo is mandatory and binding on judges when assessing the damages in respect of injuries resulting from traffic road accidents. Seguir leyendo “ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS IN SPAIN AND THE NEW “BAREMO””