Although on May the 12th 2020, the Spanish government issued rules of maximum control and security affecting all those who intend to visit Spain from other countries, establishing border controls and a mandatory quarantine of 14 days.
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State annual tax that non-residents have to pay for owning a property in Spain. To determine the tax base, the cadastral value is multiplied by 2%
(1.1% if the cadastral value has been revised in the last 10 years). A tax rate of 19% is applied to the tax base obtained (24% for residents of countries outside the European Union or the European Economic Area).
The BOE of 20 May publishes Order SND/421/2020, of 18 May, adopting measures relating to the extension of stay and residence and/or work permits and other situations of foreigners in Spain, in application of Royal Decree 463/2020, of 14 March, declaring the state of alarm for the management of the health crisis situation caused by COVID 19. The following extensions and measures are established with respect to foreigners in Spain, due to the COVID-19 health crisis:
On May 12th, 2020, the Spanish Government has issued two regulations that affect all those who intend to visit Spain from other countries in the coming weeks.
As everyone knows, the World Health Organization elevated the health crisis situation caused by Covid-19 to the category of an international pandemic.
Today, 23 April, Royal Decree Law 15/2020 of 21 April on urgent complementary measures to support the economy and employment has come into force. In this law, a new package of measures has been approved which reinforces
Today, April 15, 2020, Royal Decree-Law 14/2020 has been published in the BOE in reference to new tax measures adopted to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Spanish Government has approved Royal Decree-Law 11/2020, which consists of a new package of measures aimed at supporting workers, consumers, families and the most vulnerable groups, so that their financial situation can be alleviated and they can have a minimum income and thus be able to pay their fixed costs.
In view of the situation that Spain is suffering with the COVID-19, together with the rest of the world, the Spanish Government has adopted extraordinary urgent measures, in order to relieve the critical circumstances of companies, workers and families.
Imont Legal Services informs that, in response to the health and social emergency caused by the declaration of a pandemic by #CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)