Law of Judicial Taxes
Past Wednesday, 21st November, the Spanish Government published in the B.O.E. (Official Gazzette of the State) the new Law of judicial taxes (“Ley de Tasas Judiciales.”). As you may know, it is a vey controversial Law due to that from now on, the party that starts a judicial action or appeals judicial resolutions will have pay a tax. This Law affects the Civil Order, Labour Order and Relation with the Public Administration Order.
Finally, and due to logistical problems, the Law did not come into force the planned day – yesterday – and the Government announced that the come into effect of the Law would be delayed “several days” without clarifying the concrete date.
Due to the high importance and the implication that could have for the Communities of Owners, please see below a chart that explain the amounts that should be paid in the affected judicial Order.
Oral / Collection Procedure: 150 €
Ordinary Trial: 300 €
Monitorio and incidental lawsuit: 100 €
in an Insolvency Proceeding
Extrajudicial Execution: 200 €
Necessary Bankruptcy: 200 €
Appeal: 800 €
Appeal in the High Court: 1.200 €