Who is usufructuary and bare ownership? What rights and obligations do they have?
The transfer of know-how in the franchise contract is one of the essential elements for the success of the relationship between franchisor and franchisee.
What does this transfer consist of? What knowledge does it cover?
In this article we explore the necessary procedures to consolidate legal residence in Spain once the Golden Visa for real estate investment has been obtained, its renewal, and the path it offers to obtain Spanish nationality.
Requirements, characteristics and conditions of access to properties managed by the Madrid City Council’s Municipal Housing and Land Company (EMVS).
In this article we look at what conditions are attached to accessing housing managed by EMVS, which socio-economic groups are eligible to apply, and what is necessary to contribute a property to this programme.
In this article we explain what the interdict of new construction consists of, what are the requirements for its processing, and what are the consequences of its interposition.
The pledged credit or pledge has two main subjective elements: the creditor and the debtor, who have a series of common and specific rights and obligations.
In this article we will focus on the liability that comes with being a member, the contributions and mandatory social funds, the economic and accounting sphere of the company, and the temporary and permanent union of cooperative societies.
Here you can read what the construction lease contract consists of, what its real and subjective elements are, and what obligations, rights and guarantees it entails.
In this second article on cooperative societies we focus on their corporate functioning and their administrative bodies.
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