Compostela and Baiona held two briefings about new regulations Housing Tourism Use

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Compostela and Baiona held two briefings about new regulations Housing Tourism Use

Santiago de Compostela and Baiona celebrated this week, two briefings by  Tourism Galicia to report the legislation that will regulate the Housing Tourism Use and expected to be adopted after the summer talks. Through these calls from Tourism Galicia it is to reach all stakeholders and bodies representing the sector to engage in dynamic sessions that may consider the issues and concerns arising from future application of this legislation that concerns both homes and apartments tourism as called as Housing for tourist use. The objective of these days is none other than to publicize the innovations that are intended to introduce with the approval of this decree in which the main novelty is the need to carry out a simple registration in a public record of this new type of accommodation. This regulation affects a dwelling let for short periods (less than 30 days), keeping regulation by the Urban Leases Act, in other cases. In any case the entry into force is planned for after the summer season 2016.

The new standard is called erradir problems linked to these practices in the economic-social, fiscal and taxation area and ensure the quality and safety of users, facing the intrusiveness or unfair competition. The emergence of new technologies in the rental of holiday homes and the tendency to allocate the east end residence necessitate adapt to the new reality to provide legal certainty to both individuals and the industry to a new type of tourist accommodation.

Currently, in Spain there are only five autonomous regions have in force legislation like this: Catalonia, Madrid, Aragon, the Canary Islands and Andalusia. Galicia has already submitted its proposal to public information and incorporated the allegations and timely suggestions, currently being in the final phase, which is releasing the sector prior to approval.

What defines a house for tourist use?

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