Spanish property repossessions and Dacion en Pago
Many of our clients (particularly from the UK & Ireland) own property in Spain, and unfortunately over the last few years (due to falling property prices, low…Read more
Perpetual usufruct in Poland comes to an end
Perpetual usufruct in Poland is a sort of a public ground lease, you can find more details about it here. The Polish government is currently working…Read more
Benefits of giving SIM PoA to sell your property
Once a price has been agreed between buyer and seller there are many documents that need to be prepared, signed and notarised for the sale to…Read more
Change of Czech property sales tax rules
It was recently announced that the government have finally signed into law the change of Czech property sales (transfer) tax rules. The result is the seller of…Read more
What is Perpetual usufruct in Poland?
Perpetual usufruct (right of perpetual usufruct, RPU) is the English-language term often used by Polish lawyers to describe the Polish version of public ground lease. It…Read more
Czech Company Databoxes
This article is only relevant if you own a Czech property via a Czech company. A Czech databox („datová schránka“ in Czech) is the electronic method…Read more
How to change the bank account where the tenant pays the rent in the Czech Republic?
Q: What do you need to do if you want/need to change the bank account where the tenant pays the rent which is different than that…Read more
Where can non-EU citizens buy property to get EU residency?
Many poorer EU countries, struggling under austerity and desperate to attract investment, have introduced a scheme that allows wealthy foreign investors to buy property in their…Read more