A recent controversial amendment to the 1988 Spanish Coastal Law

Vidal, Joan; Ribatallada, Mercè
September 2013
Construction Law International;Sep2013, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p12
Academic Journal
The article discusses the approval of the controversial amendment of the Coastal Law by the Spanish Parliament to protect the Spanish coastline. It provides information about two zones of the Spanish coastline which include the public domain zone and the zone of 500 meters from the above public domain. It mentions the changes in the amendment in 2013 extension of concession, agreement for selling to the buildings situated in public domain, and reduction of protection zone.


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