Entries by Mariscal Abogados

Employment contracts in Spain: how to choose the most appropriate one?

When hiring employees, knowledge and analysis of the Spanish employment regulations provide an understanding of the contract types in force and the benefits of existing bonuses and reductions. Companies that intend to hire new employees must first verify which type of employment contract is the most beneficial and then confirm the available types of allowances related to social security.

Benedetta Cerantola

I was an intern at Mariscal & Abogados for three months, between the end of February and early in June. I very much enjoyed my time there. The Lawyers were very nice and willing to explain everything and help you, They really try their best to make you learn more. I was doing lots of […]

Investing in Spain: a Guide from a Legal Perspective

Our Legal Guide for investing in Spain comprises four major parts that focus on the “Why, What, How, and Where” of investing. Our goal is to help enumerate the specific advantages that the Spanish market offers at this moment and offer a guide, from a legal perspective, of how to proceed with an investment with efficiency and guarantees of success.

Obligations of inactive companies in Spain

Many entrepreneurs or managers decide to “let a company die” or fail to communicate to the Spanish Treasury its inaction, understood as the discontinuation of activities set out in its corporate purpose and statutes and not generate income from these activities.

Responsibilities of immovable property sellers in Spain

An immovable property seller must take the risks that an immovable property sold to a buyer might encounter. In other words, the seller is held liable for the faults and defects that may arise after the sale. The Spanish Civil Code along with Law 38/1999, of 5 November, on Construction Planning (LOE) establishes the different types of liability, as well as the limitation period for actions for damages.