Energy retailers are companies that access the transmission or distribution networks, acquire energy and sell it to final customers. Registration as an energy retailer company requires fulfilling some requirements.
Hydrogen production is an industrial activity classified within the chemical industry to produce inorganic gas. Its regulatory framework is still limited in Spain; hence, the application of other regulations prevails.
The lack of specific regulation on labour matters does not exempt directors from liability if they occur in labour and social security infringements.
In the business world, posting workers abroad to fulfil a specific objective is widespread. Depending on the type of posting, the company must meet one or other requirements and obligations.
Although the center of main interests of a company is presumably its registered office, courts admit refutation of this presumption if brought by the creditors.
The procedure to conclude any contract between a Spanish Public Administration and a private company is subject to a particular legal regime. Specifically, Law 9/2017, of November 8th, on the Public Sector Contracts, which transposes the Directives of the European Parliament into the Spanish legal system, and of the Council 2014/23/EU and 2014/24/EU, of February […]
The horizontal property regime, the equivalent of the condominium in English, is established per se by the partition of a building or a housing development among several owners. However, its constitution through a master deed and its regulation by statutes or internal rules allows considering the particular needs of each homeowners association.
A valid deposit contract for both parties must include, amongst other items: the conditions of sale (namely, price, means and conditions of payment, conditions of the property – physical, registry and administrative), and distribution of the expenses and financial obligations derived from the transaction.
It was necessary to create a specific regulatory framework for start-ups in Spain. They represent the basis of the new digital economy, create highly qualified jobs and have growth potential.
The entry into force of the Law transposing Directive (EU) 2019/1023 introduces reforms in the insolvency field to provide agile and effective instruments to improve insolvency procedures and facilitate the maintenance of viable companies in Spain. Restructuring plans are one of the central elements.