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  • #55209
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    I have been told that i must have a local legal representative for my property, which is in a community of 70+ villas. I have also been told that i can only choose between one of two agents that are supposedly the only two allowed to operate in our community.

    As the community has a ‘touristic licence’ i have decide to rent my property. I have been told that if i use any external cleaners, i.e. cleaners other than the two agents that these agents will not represent me and that i will be in an illegal situation. I do not want to use either of these ‘agents’ for cleaning as i have found another company that i feel that i can trust.

    Is anyone able to clarify the law on this?

  • #94253
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    Welcome to Spain !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • #94271
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    Crazy 🙄

  • #94275
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    Sounds about right. Are you sure your villa is classified as ‘vivienda touristica’, which is different to normal property, and subject to certain limitations (like just one administrative agent)?

  • #94290
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    Yes the villa/complex are classed as Vivienda Touristica. I have just found out that the exploitation licence is held by a company that is owned 52% by the community and 24% each to the two agents.

    Surely then i can use the community as my legal representative and not either of the agents?

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