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Tips for owners in Spain ahead of Brexit
Spanish Lawyer and Solicitor Claudia Font gives us some TIPS for property owners in Spain to take into account now that Brexit is around the corner…
Some TIPS for property owners in Spain to take into account now that Brexit is around the corner…
As part of gunnercooke In the Hot Seat video series, Partner Claudia Font gives some TIPS for property owners in Spain to take into account now that Brexit is around the corner…
We would recommend to property owners in Spain to ensure that they have their property registered on their names in obth the Spanish Land Registry and Spanish Cadastral Registry.
We find quite often clients that thought they have inherited a property n Spain but for any reason the property is not registered on their names even after having paid Inheritance Taxes in Spain.
We would also recommend having a Spanish Will in place.
This is not mandatory but more than advisable mainly after Brexit because we do not know if the UK will still be part of the EU Regulation for Succession matters.
Last but not least, we would recommend to ensure that they are up to date with Spanish Council Ta and more importantly Spanish non resident tax.
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Claudia Font is a dual-qualified Spanish lawyer and English solicitor.
She is duly registered with the Law Society of Barcelona, Spain as well as the Law Society and the Solicitors Regulation Authority in England and Wales.She has practised for over 15 years. Claudia advises British clients with Spanish interests and Spanish companies and Law firms with interests in the UK. Prior to joining gunnercooke llp, Claudia worked in a number of leading Spanish firms in her native Barcelona, before founding her own firm.