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Spanish won't sell to UK 'Spies'

Old Jan 25th 2021, 7:55 am
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I saw an update on UK Gov

Buying property in certain areas

If you are considering purchasing a coastal property you should contact the Coastal Demarcation office in your region to get a certificate to certify that the property is not affected by the 1988 Coastal Law. Bear in mind that while it is possible to view the coastal boundaries of the public maritime areas online on the Environment Ministry’s website, this may not provide sufficiently accurate information on which to base a property purchase.

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/how-to-b...-certain-areas

Now El Pais running this article - Brexit just keeps getting better!!! (Not)

https://english.elpais.com/brexit/20...o-britons.html





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Old Jan 25th 2021, 6:26 pm
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Damn , there goes my part time job as a spy , it so ridiculous its funny .
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Old Jan 25th 2021, 7:01 pm
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Originally Posted by spainrico
I saw an update on UK Gov

Buying property in certain areas

If you are considering purchasing a coastal property you should contact the Coastal Demarcation office in your region to get a certificate to certify that the property is not affected by the 1988 Coastal Law. Bear in mind that while it is possible to view the coastal boundaries of the public maritime areas online on the Environment Ministry’s website, this may not provide sufficiently accurate information on which to base a property purchase.

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/how-to-b...-certain-areas

Now El Pais running this article - Brexit just keeps getting better!!! (Not)

https://english.elpais.com/brexit/20...o-britons.html

Been like this for ages. All 3rd country nationals has to ask before buying where any military, naval or sensitive area is.

Theres a big Naval base near Torrevieja and a Canadian friend had to get permission to buy his house there. Its a simple form.
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