The Malaga Bar Association and the Provincial Council seek legal solutions to the doubts raised by Brexit | Advocacy



  • The dean, Salvador González, and the president of the provincial institution, Francisco Salado, hold a first working meeting

The dean of the Malaga Bar Association, Salvador González, and the president of the Provincial Council, Francisco Salado, have held a first working meeting in which they have addressed different issues in which both institutions can collaborate.

At the meeting, which took place at the headquarters of the Provincial Council, the dean raised the interest of the Bar Association in assuming a greater role in matters related to culture, technology and tourism.

Brexit is one of the issues that concern the two institutions, given the weight of British tourism on the Costa del Sol and in the province’s economy. The free movement of people and goods, taxation for non-residents or access to healthcare are some of the issues that raise doubts to which solutions and legal security must be offered to avoid a brake on investments.

The dean has also raised the concern of the College about the problem caused by the illegal occupation of homes and has pointed out the need to reach a state pact to legislate on this matter, since it can also affect residential tourism and, therefore , to foreign investment.

Salvador González and Francisco Salado have also talked about promoting the collaboration of the College and the Provincial Council in matters such as the ICAMALAGA Legal Congress of Lawyers or in the prevention of gender violence. The provincial deputy for Equality, Social Services and Families, Lourdes Piña, and the technical secretary of the Bar Association, Pablo Soriano, participated in the meeting.

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