Vera to sue Codeur ex-directors

Vera townhall has voted to sue the ex-directors of Codeur for incompetence. Codeur is the public utility company that runs the water system in Vera. It’s owned partially by Keymare (the builders that made such a mess of the coast round the water park) and mainly by the town of Vera. Anyway, Vera says the old directors (appointed by the Keymare shareholders) ran the company “for the benefit of the shareholders and not the greater Continue reading Vera to sue Codeur ex-directors

Inheritance tax changes for non-residents as from 2015

As from 2015, the Spanish law on inheritance and donations (ISD) will change to give non-residents the same rights as residents. The change came after Spain lost an EU court battle to apply a higher rate of tax on non-residents who died leaving assets in Spain. The EU court said that the ISD (Impuesto sobre Sucesiones y Donaciones) was discriminatory and against free movement in the EU. The ISD is one law across all of Continue reading Inheritance tax changes for non-residents as from 2015

Corvera airport opens April 2nd – if AENA gets 72 million compensation

Corvera will open on April 2nd, 2015 says the Region of Murcia minister for public development. Just in the time for the elections. If: the airport is certified by the Spanish navigation board; the control tower is licensed to open (can’t do that until the airport is certified); the airport operator is certified to run the place; the general opening license is issued; and if the EU authorises the aiport. The EU, by the way, has again Continue reading Corvera airport opens April 2nd – if AENA gets 72 million compensation