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04

The Supreme Court nulls a National Court judgment for lack of motivation in his arguments.

The Supreme Court considered to have been infringed the right of the presumption of innocence of the convicted. The Supreme Court establishes that the National Court ruled a new judgement because the appeal judgement infringed the right of the presumption of innocence. The Court sustains a judgement has to justify its decision not only makes…

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The Government develops Regulation on Mediation (ADR)

Last Friday, the Government passed the Royal-Decree of December 13th 2013, of the development of certain aspects of Regulation 5/2012, of July 6th, on mediation for civil and commercial matters. The aim of this Royal Decree is to develop the the provisions of Regulation 5/2012, of July 6th, on mediation on civil and commercial matters,…

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Preferred shares in the criminal section

Yesterday, Judicial Decree number 410/2013, of 12th December 2013, issued by the Criminal Chamber of the National Court, accepted a an appeal brought by the Public Prosecutor against the admission of a particular action against Bankia for the marketing of preferred shares. To this appeal other parties have joined (Bankia and other savings banks involved).…

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Agreement between Member States on the legal Framework of the future European Patent regarding jurisdiction and enforcement of European resolutions

After the approval and agreement of all the Ministers of Justice of the Member States, a modification of the Council Regulation (EC) 44/2001 of 22 December 2000, on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters (Brussels I), in order to introduce new rules on jurisdiction and recognition and enforcement…

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Nov
20

The Supreme Court confirms the nullity of floor clauses for those cases in which there has not been transparency

Yesterday, 20th November 2013, the Civil Chamber of the Supreme Court confirmed the nullity of floor clauses in those cases in which financial entities have not informed clearly and outstandingly to their clients about the conditions in these maters before signing the mortgage loan. Concretely, the financial entities BBVA, Cajamar and NCG brought a nullity…

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Nov
18

The Government approves a regulation for the Public Register

The Cabinet approves a Regulation that, at the suggestion of the secretary of Justice, Alberto Ruiz-Gallardón, will regulate the new Public Registerl. With this version improved of the already existing Public Rgister of Resolutions Compete For Them (in force from 2005), one will publicize the results and the processing of the creditors’ contests with the aim of “guaranteeing the transparency and the juridical safety “.

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Nov
05

Public Administrations will be obliged to disclose their average payment terms

The Project of the Organic Law on the control of the Public commercial debt, which is actually waiting to be approved by the Parliament, will oblige all Public Administrations, as a consequence of the transparency principle, to make public their average payment terms. This Law is intended to eradicate defaulting in the Public Sector and,…