I recently lost my Spanish property back to the bank as I could nott keep up my payments, I have been back in the uk now for 5 years, am I OK to travel to Spanish countries or can I arrested when arriving back on Spanish soil? Any advice would be much appreciated
I don’t know the answer for sure, but I think it’s highly unlikely you need to worry about travelling to Spain. The immigration bureaucracy isn’t going to know anything about your mortgage problems. If the bank are going to go after you, they’ll go after your assets in the UK using civil courts, not the Spanish police. That said, I’ve never heard of anyone being pursued back home for the Spanish mortgage debts, and I’ve asked around a lot.
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