Business Debt

Filed under : Droit civil, Litigation

Prevention is better than cure, as De Cotta Law explains… Owning, running and managing a business in Spain during the Covid crisis has been a challenge. Unpaid invoices and accounts can cause immediate cash flow problems and build up longer

Spanish taxation

Filed under : Tax

Whether you live in Spain full time or part time you may be liable to pay tax in Spain. The primary test for Spanish tax residency is spending 183 days or more living in Spain per calendar year. Even if

Spanish property purchase – good news

Filed under : Non classifié(e)

Spanish property experts agree that we live in interesting times. As well as the remarkably quick recovery in purchases, sales and new constructions we are now seeing changes in taxation both regionally and locally which are likely to generate yet

Non lucrative Visas to live in Spain

Filed under : Residencia

For British nationals who wish to reside in Spain there are two main options: Non-Lucrative visas are for those who can show evidence of income outside of Spain and have private medical care. If you wish to apply for the

Cudeca Gala Dinner

Filed under : Charity & Community Work @fr

On Friday 8th October  De Cotta Law partner Jonathan Sutton together with colleague Lauren Sykes and Samuel Baker  attended the Cudeca Annual Gala Dinner at the Restaurant of Michelin Star Chef José Carlos García in Málaga. As with many events it

Property purchase tax reductions in Andalucia

Filed under : Property @fr

We are pleased to report that the Andalucian regional government has approved a law coming into force today Decree law 7/2021 of 27th April reducing taxes on the purchase of property in the region. With the plans to ease travel