Changes in Laws to evict tenants

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Landlords who are struggling to evict tenants who are not paying their rent will be pleased to know that there is new legislation in force which should make the process easier and quicker.  

Laws 19/2009 and 13/2009, the last one applicable from the 4th of May 2010, have made important changes to the Spanish Civil Jurisdiction Law, (1/2000- LEC) that affects the Eviction Process and claims for the rents due for the letting contracts. White & Baos Lawyers have written an interesting article on these changes for Eye on Spain. Click here to read

For the landlords that rent their property long-term, we advise taking out Legal Fees Protection Insurance. Once you have taken out this low-cost insurance, you are covered in the event of any dispute with the tenancy, such as the tenant defaulting on rent, or even a complaint from the tenant about the landlord. With help of this insurance, the case can be fast-tracked through an arbitration tribunal rather than a much lengthier process through court – saving both time and money for all concerned.

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