Spanish Reclaim Law
If you are searching for Spanish Reclaim Law the chances are you are looking to recover payments made for unbuilt off-plan property in Spain.
Here at Spanish Reclaim we can guarantee we will access Spanish Reclaim Law to get your Spanish refunds direct to you as quickly as possible. We make sure you have the appropriate documentation, organised correctly, then submitted to our Spanish solicitors. With this information the legal team in Spain will assess whether you can apply for a refund from the bank or caja with whom your funds were deposited. We will also ascertain what funds you can reclaim plus any interest due by the financial institution. If your application is successful, the Spanish legal system insists that the banks and cajas pay back the funds, plus a sum to cover annual interest. As many of the investments were made in the period from 2003 to 2008, the amount of recoverable interest can be significant. In general, it is enough to cover the amount of fees required to take the case through the courts.
If you visit the APPLY NOW page (or see the Spanish Reclaim Law – Quick Start section below) it will show you the information and documents you need to apply for an off-plan payment refund from your Spanish bank.
If you are entitled to make a claim it will be taken on a ‘no win, no fee’ basis with all fees at our end taken as a percentage of the reclaimable amount.
There is a 15 year statute of limitations on this particular liability in Spain, so you need to act quickly to make sure that your claim is made on time. It will not be possible to claim after October 2020, so you would need to have your claim in well before this date.
Spanish Reclaim Law – Quick Start
If you wish to get started straight away simply send an email with Your Name in the Subject Line to either:
Spanish Reclaim – spain@SpanishReclaim.com
Make sure to clear the applicable email address in your Spam Filter. These automated email addresses work 24/7 so you can get started right away. This will send you a questionnaire and request necessary documents to assess your case. If you wish to have us call you back include your phone number on the email.