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20:51

National

Tougher lockdown in Madrid is illegal says regional court

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The Madrid region was plunged into more uncertainty and chaos on Thursday this week in its fight against the high levels of Covid-19 in the area. A top regional court ruled that the tough new restrictions, that started last Friday night and were ... government to work with them to find legally acceptable rules. Ayuso explained that Madrid “can’t take any more”. The Madrid regional court overturned the tough national government measures on lockdown for towns over 100,000 people, applied, among other ... factors, where contagion rates reached over 500 people per 100,000 in the previous 14 days, The court was critical of central government for not having put in place a stronger legal mechanism to secure localised lockdowns in the time it had had since the

16:32

Local

Thwarted sale of a prized Sorolla reveals a plot to sell seized Malaya paintings

Héctor Barbotta

...reflected in the court orders, however. In November 2008, the investigating judge learned from a witness that Carlos Sánchez had been in charge of a series of manoeuvres in order to raise money for Roca's family and avoid it being seized by the courts. The ... Sorolla painting, whose sale was thwarted in New York. Sánchez claims not to remember to whom he sold four paintings of great value which are now unaccounted for but are being pursued by the Malaga provincial court which has also requested the transfer of

16:09

Local

Top court in Spain confirms 12 equity release mortgages were illegal

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Spain's Supreme Court has upheld earlier judgements that 12 mortgages sold by a British company were illegal. The mortgages, mostly taken out by Britons in Malaga province between 2004 and 2007, totalled six million euros. The equity release ... products were designed to reduce inheritance tax and supplement pension income. The judges agreed with the previous rulings of a Bilbao court that SL Mortgage Funding nº1 Limited (SLMF), based in Chester (UK), didn't have the proper permissions to sell in

19:20

National

Supreme Court decides whether to ban defiant Catalan regional president from public office

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Supreme Court judges in Madrid were debating this week whether to uphold a Catalan court's verdict to ban Quim Torra, regional president, from public office for not having taken down a politically motivated sign during an election campaign. A ... He sought to shift the blame for adding stress at a difficult time to Catalan politics onto the Supreme Court and urged them to overturn the earlier decision by Catalonia's top court . The judges are expected to rule on the appeal in the next few ... eyes of a court that wants to unseat another Catalan president. I have come to Madrid to explain to them that they have no right nor reason and we are not scared of them."

13:32

Local

A Norwegian family has spent a year trying to evict squatters from their house in Caleta

Eugenio Cabezas

...their homes," said the family's lawyer, Eduardo López-Chicheri. The case was due to go to court in Vélez-Málaga last Thursday. However, it was postponed until November as the squatters hadn't been allocated a lawyer. "This is a shocking situation. ... second residence. A second attempt was made by López-Chicheri, but this time it was delayed due to the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. "Following the delay until November, I have written again to the court asking for an eviction order to be issued, ... will only leave with a court order," explained the lawyer, "I don't want to imagine what it will be like when we get it back," he concluded.

14:45

Local

Second fire at a hotel mired in a complex ongoing legal dispute

Fernando TORRES

The Sisu Boutique Hotel, which was ravaged by flames last Friday, is involved in a complex ongoing legal tangle. The company that currently rents and manages the premises should have vacated them in February this year, according to a court