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FLOOR CLAUSES: ALTERNATIVE SOLUTION TO THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM

On 21 January came into force the Royal-Decree Law 1/2017 of 20 January, on urgent measures to protect the consumers in terms of floor clauses.

This legal provision establishes an alternative system for consumers that want to claim damages – the restitution of the money improperly paid- related to void floor clauses, in an easier and […]

By |January 25th, 2017|Sin categoría|0 Comments

CJEU CONDEMNS BANKS TO RETURN THE FULL SUM OF THE INCOME EARNED DUE TO THE FLOOR CLAUSES

In the judgment delivered on 21 December 2016 by the Court of Justice of the European Union, it has been decided that the nullity of floor clauses make effect retrospectively. Therefore, it overrules the judgment delivered on 9 May 2013 by the Spanish Supreme Court, which had established a temporal limitation of the nullity.
Regarding […]

By |January 2nd, 2017|Sin categoría|0 Comments

New measures concerning to the Promotion of employment.

On Friday February 27, in the Council of Ministers, the Government approved certain measures announced in the previous debate of the Nation

These measures have been collected by the RD-Law 1/2015, of February 27, second chance mechanism, reduced financial burden and other measures of social order, published in the Official Gazette of February 28.

In this summary […]

By |March 25th, 2015|Sin categoría|0 Comments

Subjective exemption of judicial rate FOR ALL INDIVIDUALS

The State Government has published this Saturday, which came into force on Sunday, an amendment to the Law on Fees (Royal Decree 10/2012).

The amendment introduces a subjective exemption from judicial rate for all individuals. Thus, individuals are completely exempted from rate, because they were not affected by the Catalan rates.

 

CHAPTER III

Measures in the area of […]

By |March 4th, 2015|Sin categoría|0 Comments

Application of the clause “rebus sic stantibus”

The rebus sic stantibus clause follows the thesis that all contracts are subject to a clause according to which the entire contractual relationship depends on the concurrence of certain circumstances at the time of its conclusion, although this clause is not expressly mentioned on the contract.

The Supreme Court determined that the requirements for the application […]

By |February 26th, 2015|Sin categoría|0 Comments

What’s New Income Tax reform included in the Law 26/2014, which was recently published, and which take effect from 1 January 2015

with one exception which says:

In general, decreases RETENTION RATE applied between fiscal years 2015 and 2016.
Arrears of salary income corresponding attribute to previous years. The retention rate and payment on account shall be 15%, except in the case of arrears administrators or derivatives teach courses, conferences, seminars and the like, or derived from the production […]

By |January 12th, 2015|Sin categoría|0 Comments