This part of the law regulates the relationship between the owner of a home and his tenant.
In recent years there has been a great legal reform to facilitate that owners put their homes for rent, reducing the number of years of the contract, and so that the tenants have a greater freedom to renounce the contract if their circumstances change. Likewise, the eviction procedure has been greatly streamlined so that, faced with a single breach of the payment of the monthly payment, a judicial procedure can be initiated, which proceeds more quickly.
ADVICE IN THE DRAFTING OF THE RENTAL AGREEMENT
ADVICE IN BUSINESS TRANSFER CONTRACTS
DEFAULT PROCEDURE FOR FAILURE TO PAY
WITHDRAWAL PROCEDURE FOR TERMINATION OF CONTRACT
BREACH PROCEDURE FOR BREACH OF ONE OR SEVERAL CONTRACT RENTAL CLAUSES
PRECARIOUS DISEASE PROCEDURE (PEOPLE LIVING FREE IN A HOUSING)
CLAIMS OF FINANCES NOT RETURNED
CLAIMS OF UNPAID RENT
CLAIMS OF DAMAGE IN HOUSING AFTER THE ABANDONMENT OF HOUSING BY THE TENANT
EXTRAJUDICIAL MANAGEMENT OF THE RENTAL INCOME COLLECTION
CLAIMS FOR DAMAGES FOR ANTICIPATED AND UNILATERAL RESOLUTION OF THE RENTAL AGREEMENT
BUILDING RIGHTS: PROBLEMS RELATED TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF CONSTRUCTION WORKS AND THEIR POSSIBLE DEFICIENCIES AND DAMAGE IN OWNERS ‘FLOORS AND COMMUNITIES
SALE OF PROPERTY FROM INHERITANCE
DIVISION OF COMMON PROPERTY AND PURCHASE OF REAL ESTATE