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At JLA Notaries we know how to accompany you whatever the moment you are living, making simple what is complex, and, above all, listening to you and empathizing to achieve the best notarial solution. We know the significance that each writing has, as well as the emotions, uncertainties and illusions that they can generate.

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Taxation of non-residents in Spain: A guide to survive
12 December 2022
Taxation of non-residents in Spain: A guide to survive

Even if you don’t plan on making Spain your permanent home, you can still enjoy many of its advantages — like the country’s excellent infrastructure and the mild temperature all year round. But there’s a catch: you’ll need to file a tax return as a non-resident of Spain if you spend more than 6 months of the year in Spain.

From our Notary in Barcelonawe do not offer services of consulting related to tax nor we get involved in tax declaration for non-resident. But since these are frequently asked questions at the notary, we’ve prepared a guide on how taxation of non-residents in Spain works, in order to make anyone taxes declaration as easy as possible.

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Opening a bank account in Spain as a foreigner
21 November 2022
Opening a bank account in Spain as a foreigner

Even if we do not provide consulting or support services related to opening a bank account in Spain as a Foreigner, this topic often comes up with foreign clients who visit our notary in Barcelona for other procedures. Therefore, we have prepared this guide that can be useful if you want to buy a property in Spain or set up a business (for example). 

If you want more information on the services we do offer at the Notary, do not hesitate to visit the complete list of our Notary services. 

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What is a “Notario” in Spain?
26 October 2022
What is a “Notario” in Spain?

In Spain, a notary is a public officer and a private professional responsible for signing and authenticating signed, sealed or written documents for individual clients. Notaries also certify original documents for government agencies or private companies. However, the question, what is a Notario in Spain? begs more answers than just the above.

notary in Spain can assume the role of an arbiter to resolve disputes between two parties, companies or individuals. Notaries are recognized as legal experts in the Spanish legal system by the Spanish law.

notario in spain also certifies documentslegalizes and authenticates agreements and contracts through signatures and stamps. Unlike a lawyer who officiates private agreements, notaries make private documents public.

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