Notarial powers of attorney

Notarial powers of attorney

What is a power of attorney? A power of attorney is a public document notarized by a notary, by which, a person or Company, appoint another (usually a Solicitor), as legal representative to act on his or her behalf in certain legal acts. For instance, in order to buy or sell properties, dealing with inheritances,…

Read article
IRPH Litigation Spain

IRPH Litigation Spain

5 / 5 ( 1 voto ) IRPH Litigation Spain: The outcome of the European Court of Justice’s Decision On September 10, the Advocate General (Mr Maciej Szpunar) issued his Opinion on a preliminary ruling to be rendered by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). The Opinion relates to the validity of…

Read article

Criminal Record Cancellation

5 / 5 ( 1 voto ) CRIMINAL RECORD CANCELLATION IN SPAIN: DOES MY CRIMINAL RECORD STAY WITH ME FOREVER? If you’ve been convicted of a criminal offence, you will usually then have a criminal record. This can cause a variety of problems. For example, a criminal record can adversely affect employment prospects, international travel…

Read article