How to streamline Spanish real estate investment structures
The economic and legal situation in Spain has turned some of the structures traditionally used by foreign investors to invest in Spanish real estate into inefficient and highly expensive tools to maintain. Víctor Viana Barral & José Gabriel Martínez Paños of Uría Menéndez outline the disadvantages of these structures and include a proposal for a more efficient alternative.
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