The Importance of a First Occupation / Opening Licence for Spanish New Buil

Filed under : Conveyancing & Property Law, Legal Consultations, Litigation

De Cotta Law is a specialist in Spanish property matters and
closely follows developments in property law.

A recent Supreme Court decision has reinforced the ruling
made earlier this year that a purchaser has the right to withdraw from a
contract with a developer if the developer fails to provide a First Occupation
/ Opening Licence (called a ‘Licencia de primera occupación’ in Spanish’
for their Spanish property.

De Cotta Law Specialists in Property Law in Spain

Each case will depend on the particular circumstances but if
the licence is not provided it is best to seek independent legal advice from a
Spanish lawyer who specialises in litigation and property.

If you would like further information on this or other
property law related matters, please contact De Cotta Law. The firm offers FREE
legal consultations for anyone wishing to buy a property here in Spain.

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