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Well, with some exceptions of specific and minority cases, it's not a good idea at all. This advice is heard on more than one occasion and almost always as a suggestion of foreign lawyers who do not have enough preparation to address the issue and its legal consequences in...

Well, it could be. Depending on the case. In the following, for example, the Spanish Supreme Court considers there is illegitimate intrusion into privacy in a case in which a lord installed surveillance cameras, unfit to record, and being oriented to the accesses and estate of the neighbouring claimant. These were mere...

No, you cannot. As a Juridical person (i.e. a Mercantile Company) your company does not have the profile of a consumer according to the law. Consumers or users according to the law are the natural persons who act with a purpose outside their business, commercial...

No, he is not. Video surveillance cameras in buildings owned by community of owners as long as these are aimed to record exclusively common areas and small outer strips that give access to these common areas need a formal agreement approved on a general...

Yes you can. According to recent succesive reforms in the Spanish Penal law a thief’s use of legitimate keys lost by the proprietor or obtained by means that constitute penal infraction as well as the use of false keys, constitutes an aggravated theft (robo) and...

Yes, you can, since the rule in Spain is that the law applicable is the one corresponding to your nationality at the time of the decease whatever the nature or location of the assets is. Furthermore, if the Will included terms and clauses in accordance...