Entries by Mariscal Abogados

Prevention and resolution of disputes in international trade

We are currently in an economic stage of globalization and the internationalization of trade relations. Within this period, the increasing complexity of transactions and the current economic crisis are contributing factors to a greater proliferation of international commercial disputes. At the same time, the presence of international organizations has increased and been legitimized by the […]

Seizure or attachment of assets in Spain

Asset seizure, or attachment, is a process that enables creditors to collect from delinquent debtors by looking to their assets, including property, goods, and/or earnings. There are two principal types of attachment: attachment in aid of execution and preventive (or precautionary or future) attachment. The first occurs when a judgment declaring pecuniary debt has already […]

Hollographic Wills under Spanish Law

There are two categories of wills under Spanish law: common and special. Special wills are military, maritime, and ones executed in a foreign country, while common wills are open, closed, or holographic. This last type is the basis for this article, yet before expounding on it, a brief sketch of the other two types of common […]

Mariscal advises Gehrlicher Solar España

Gehrlicher Solar España, the fully owned Spanish subsidiary of the German solar technology group Gehrlicher, is planning to buy licences and projects in the solar energy sector, managing director Guillermo Barea said in an interview. According to the executive, Gehrlicher Solar España has signed an agreement with a German investment fund which will finance the […]

Types of trade agreements in Spain

Trade agreements in general In Spain, like in many other countries of the European Union, the party autonomy, which ensures the contractual freedom of the parties is one of the most basic principles in respect to trade agreements. Aside of this principle exist several other mandatory legislations, which can not be modified by the contractual […]

How to acquire Real Estate in Liechtenstein

Introduction Eurojuris International is the leading network of law firms in Europe, covering 650 different cities/locations in 17 countries. Each country has a national Eurojuris association which selects as members medium-sized independent law firms well established in their country and which, satisfy the Eurojuris selection criteria. The objective is to provide to companies, corporation, public […]

How to acquire Real Estate in England

You can also see: How to acquire a real estate in Italy, United States, Spain, Liechtenstein and Austria. Terminology for new buyers Exchange of contracts This is the point in the transaction when you become legally bound to purchase the property and the Seller becomes legally bound to sell to you. You will probably have […]

How to acquire Real Estate in Italy

You can also see: How to acquire a real estate in England, United States, Spain, Liechtenstein and Austria. The following guidelines come from our own experience and are ONLY guidelines, not legal advice, so for legal questions please refer to us in proper way explaining specific circumstances. Another NOTE: PLEASE do not be ‘scared’ by […]