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12:20

Local

How can landlords protect themselves when letting a property?

ÁLVARO FRÍAS

The phone rings. You have an apartment to let and someone is interested in renting it. Good news. However, this situation doesn't always work out well. Sometimes people don't pay the rent or they may cause damage to your property or belongings. So ... contract. In fact, José Luis insists that the contract should be drawn up by a lawyer, because he or she will know what they are doing. “I have seen private contracts which are a mishmash of bits of others and in the end they are completely chaotic. They are ... not worth the paper they're written on,” he says. Ask to see proof of income When signing the contract, the owners usually ask the potential tenant to show them proof of their salary or their employment contract. José Luis says this is a way of

12:30

Local

Ten-million-euro complex to be built on the border of two towns

Ivan Gelibter

As well as all of the governmental checks, the towns also have to propose this plan to residents so that they can voice any concerns which can then be resolved. The property developer, who is the owner of the grounds, then has to present the project ... and aplly for the required work permits. Once all of the necessary reports have been filled in, they are sent to the Junta for final approval before work can begin.

13:13

Local

Square renamed after former president

Jennie Rhodes

Among the numerous residents, projects and anecdotes they have met, seen and can recount in the time they have lived there, Rosie and Alfons will have witnessed the filming of popular Spanish television series, Verano Azul in 1981 which used El ... Capistrano. British television presenter, Judith Chalmers, once owned a property there and they will have lived through the timeshare boom of the late 1970s and 80s. The couple are originally from Germany, but through Alfons's job with Unilever, have lived ... activities and despite language barriers “people do come together” they say. At 85, Alfons says he is looking forward to a retirement full of travel and writing. He has a book published and says he has another in the pipeline. He adds that he always said

13:14

Local

It can take six months or more to evict a non-paying tenant

A. FRÍAS

they have been granted the eviction order. For example, if the tenants have been evicted and the landlord then discovers that they have caused considerable damage to the property or have removed items from it, such as the television for example, he ... or she can lodge a criminal case against them. However, this process is longer, and can often take up to two years. The problem in both of these cases is in getting tenants to pay the rent they owe for the months they missed, or to pay for the ... damage they caused or the items they removed from the property. After making its decision, the court will normally ask for some of their assets to be seized to cover those costs, but “in the vast majority of cases that doesn't work because they don't

13:15

Local

Town hall reveals plans to build a 67-metre pier

SUR.

...metres in length and have a viewing point at the end. They confirmed that it is designed to be “fully accessible” and will be “made using sustainable materials.” The director of the environmental aspects of the project, Alberto Jiménez Madrid, said

13:17

Local

Vote of no confidence remains in the balance after councillor no-show

Eugenio Cabezas

...local business people, into the illegal dumping of rubbish at the town's Rio de la Miel. Ciudadanos have said that until the three PP councillors under investigation have been removed from the town hall they will not sign the vote of no confidence. The

13:20

National

Essential tax advice at SUR seminar in Mijas

Rachel Haynes

...specialises in tax law and will summarise how Spain treats foreigners settling here and when they are likely to be considered fully tax resident and therefore liable to report their worldwide income. He will also explain which structures within the law are

13:33

Opinion

A load of bull

MARK NAYLER

...is because such practices would be impossible to get away with in Spain's top bullrings. Fighting bulls are examined by specially-trained vets before they are judged in good enough condition for the bullfight (any serious book on modern bullfighting ... will contain more information about these examinations). And when they come out of the gates into the ring, they are immediately replaced with a fitter animal if there is any sign that they are not in peak condition. I have seen this happen many times ... impossible with an animal in such terrible condition. Perhaps in amateur village fiestas, bullfighters and farmers are not as diligent as they are in professional bullfighting (nor the public so unforgiving). And if such disgusting practices do occur at

13:50

Sport

Fans prepare to cheer Malaga to victory

ANTONIO GÓNGORA.

Malaga take on Deportivo in the Rosaleda football stadium on Sunday at noon. The fans were a big part in Malaga's only win of the season against Celta, and now they are planning to fill the stadium with blue and white flags. On Wednesday, only