A noisy flat party full of university students is bound to attract the attention of the neighbours, which in turn leads to a visit from the police.
When renting a property, it is not always obvious who has to pay for works in the premises. In Spain the law is clear about the responsibilities of the landlord and the tenant. Law 29/1994, applicable to both residential use and commercial use, makes the distinction between two types of works: Maintenance works and Improvement works.
A new law has come into force: the law 19/2009 of 23rd November regarding measures to enhance and streamline court processes for rentals and the energy efficiency of buildings. The new legislation attempts to streamline the proceedings to evict tenants who do not pay their rent.