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About Habeas Corpus and Illegal Detention

Habeas Corpus is a procedure that has the purpose to quickly verify if the detention of a citizen was illegal. In the Spanish Constitution, this form is regulated in the 4th paragraph of article 17: Habeas Corpus is configured as a right of the detainee, who may request to the Court, from the moment of his detention, to determine within a maximum period of 24 hours whether his detention has been carried out under the legally established conditions or not. Continue reading

Illegal actions that Security Guards perform

There are quite many situations in which private security agents exceed their powers. Barcelona law office Marin&Pasalodos invites you to read this article and keep yourself informed about what are the actual tasks of security guards, what are they allowed to do and what they cannot. This way, you will know whether you have the right to refuse to comply with their instructions, or you must indeed do as they indicate; the Spanish Law 5/2014 establishes the regulations concerning private security.
We can choose not to comply when the following actions are performed by private security guards:
-they cannot search your bag or other personal belongings, unless you voluntarily offer your permission. If the guard decides to snatch the purse from you and starts searching it without your permission, you are entitled to call the police and file a complaint. They do not have a warrant in order to do that! Continue reading

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The establishment of Limited Liability Companies (LLC) in Spain

Given the fact that many of our clients have contacted the law office Marin&Pasalodos regarding legal consultations on the procedure of establishing a Limited Liability Company (LLC) on the territory of Spain, we have decided to highlight the main implications of this process, as it would be useful for those interested to start a business in Spain. In addition to this, more and more persons that own businesses in The United Kingdom have contacted us lately, taking into consideration the current political situation of the Brexit, and the consequences that this will have on their commercial operations.The firms are usually set up as a consequence of the agreement of two or more parties, either physical or juridical persons, and most of the ones who want to set up the basis of a firm tend to chose to create a Limited Liability Company, as the benefits are higher and the registration process is easier than for a joint-stock company, for example.

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The establishment of Limited Liability Companies (LLC) in Spain

Given the fact that many of our clients have contacted the law office Marin&Pasalodos regarding legal consultations on the procedure of establishing a Limited Liability Company (LLC) on the territory of Spain, we have decided to highlight the main implications of this process, as it would be useful for those interested to start a business in Spain. In addition to this, more and more persons that own businesses in The United Kingdom have contacted us lately, taking into consideration the current political situation of the Brexit, and the consequences that this will have on their commercial operations. Continue reading