QUICK LEGAL GUIDE ON HOW TO RECOVER DOWNPAYMENTS FOR HOME PURCHASES IN SPAIN

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Imagine somebody buys a Spanish apartment which has still not been completely built. When signing the purchasing contract the buyer pays to the developer a down/ advance payment of several tens of thousands of euro. Several months after the agreed upon delivery time the developer has already finished building the apartment but he has still not obtained the first occupancy license (authorization issued by the municipality which allows to use the apartment). Can the buyer recover his down payment?

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