Given the lack of provision by banks to implement a mechanism to handle all claims of clients, the Government intervenes to find possible extrajudicial ways to comply with the ruling of the CJEU.
TS 18-03-16. Responsibility for a party premises
Party premises condemned to compensate an attendant for injury with a glass
“An attendant to “night club” “XYZ” steps a glass in the area of access to the bathrooms, which causes several injuries”. Claim to the establishment for extra-contractual civil liability requesting compensation of € 11,393.
Continue reading Responsibility of “party premises” for accidents at their facilities. Interesting Sentence of the Supreme Court, (TS), condemning a nightclub to compensate an assistant for having stepped on a glass broken glass causing injuries to the foot
Judgment of the Supreme Court of December 19, 2016 (rec.1696 / 2015):
As a result of a cassation appeal filed before the Administrative Court of the Supreme Court, there is a general doctrine on how to identify foreigners in the generality of administrative procedures.
On December 21, 2016, the European Union Court of Justice issued a resolution that represents an important step forward in the fight for the rights of individuals affected by the abuses of “Floor clause” imposed by banks in recent years.
Continue reading COURT OF JUSTICE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION: JUDGMENT OF 12/21/2016, IN RELATION TO THE “RETROACTIVE” RETURN OF THE AMOUNTS PAYED IMPROPERLY IN THE “FLOOR CLAUSE” OF THE SPANISH BANK IN YOUR MORTGAGE TITLE DEED
SAENZ & ASOCIADOS ABOGADOS / LAWYERS, offers you the opportunity to claim the costs of formalizing mortgages: notary deed, administrative expenses, housing appraisal fees, property registration and documented legal acts. A judgment of the Supreme Court of December of 2015 considers null and void the clauses that impose to the consumer to assume the expenses and the payment of the taxes of the formalization of the mortgages. As an example, a mortgage of € 150,000 could be recovered up to € 3,000. Continue reading IF YOU HAVE OR HAVE HAD A MORTGAGE: DO YOU KNOW THAT YOU CAN CLAIM THE FORMALIZATION COSTS?
Recently, the Civil Chamber of the Supreme Court extends the risk covered by the guarantee on payments made to the developer and establishes that a home buyer can recover the deposit given to the promoter, if the contract is cancelled for having hidden the seller planning irregularities.