Art 34 lh

Urban leases law

Such a difficult and delicate task has been undertaken by the undersigned Minister from the very moment he took office, when almost eight of the twelve months of the term granted by the Cortes for the publication of the new Law had already elapsed.

Likewise, an attempt has been made, as far as possible, to unify the style of the two consolidated Laws, by means of slight grammatical corrections and substitutions of archaic or disused locutions and words in the current legal nomenclature; although a thorough and accurate work in this sense would have required sufficient time for further revisions of the drafting of the text.

With regard to the greater brevity of the entries in the Register, an aspiration expressed by the legislator in harmony with modern demands, which require maximum simplicity and clarity in the formulas for registration, the new text simplifies not only the drafting of the main entries, which reflect the history of the ownership and rights in rem over real estate, but also that of the presentation entry, the importance of which is so crucial in our real estate system. The reduction to a minimum of the formal requirements of all the entries, without detriment to the essential principles of the system, together with the elimination of mentions of rights that can and should be subject to special registration, as well as the elimination of rights of a purely personal or obligatory nature from the immunizing scope of the Registry, will make a powerful contribution to the clarity of the Registry and facilitate its publicity, making it more accessible to the direct knowledge of the interested parties.

Spanish civil code

Recently, the ruling of the Constitutional Court 211/2013 of December 16, 2013 was published in the Official State Gazette (BOE), which indirectly refers to the importance of Article 34 of the Mortgage Law (LH). This article, as I have explained on previous occasions, is fundamental when it comes to protecting the third party who acquires in good faith.

Although the aforementioned ruling of the Constitutional Court seeks to determine whether certain judicial decisions that have been challenged violated the fundamental right of the plaintiffs to effective judicial protection without being defenseless as a right to the enforcement of judicial decisions, it has caught my attention because the case in which this litigation arises is the adjudication of plots of land resulting from a general urban development plan.

The appeal filed before the High Court of Justice of Madrid by the plaintiffs against the decree of the Mayor’s Office was partially upheld and, as a result, it annulled the compensation in cash for the non-awarded capital gain, ordering that a complementary legal transaction should be processed. Indispensable tool This figure is the one that I have always defended in this forum as an indispensable tool for the implementation of any modification to be made in the execution of a general urban development plan. It is the most complete figure, due to the fact that it obliges administrative actions to be carried out, such as the notification and communication of the modifications to all those affected by the partial plan, which, in my opinion, is fundamental in the protection of the purchaser in good faith.

Public registry faith

The Judgment of the Civil Chamber of the Supreme Court of March 5, 2007, establishes the doctrine on article 34 of the Mortgage Law; article 34 saves the defect of ownership or power of disposition of the transferor; the seizure of a property of which the registered owner had previously disposed does not prevent the acquisition of that property as a result of the procedure of seizure if there is no record in the Registry of that other transfer and even if the unregistered acquirer had already entered into material possession of the property. (Speaker Marín Castán)Voices: Derechos reales -tercero hipotecario-adquisiciones a non domino Go to the complete text in poderjudicial.es

Código civil

Los criterios para la clasificación de la arteritis de Takayasu se elaboraron comparando a 63 pacientes que padecían esta enfermedad con 744 pacientes de control con otras formas de vasculitis. Se seleccionaron seis criterios para la clasificación de formato tradicional: inicio a una edad menor o igual a 40 años, claudicación de una extremidad, disminución del pulso de la arteria braquial, diferencia de más de 10 mm Hg en la presión arterial sistólica entre los brazos, un soplo sobre las arterias subclavias o la aorta, y evidencia arteriográfica de estrechamiento u oclusión de toda la aorta, sus ramas primarias o grandes arterias en las extremidades superiores o inferiores proximales. La presencia de 3 o más de estos 6 criterios demostró una sensibilidad del 90,5% y una especificidad del 97,8%. También se construyó un árbol de clasificación con 5 de estos 6 criterios, omitiendo la claudicación de una extremidad. El árbol de clasificación demostró una sensibilidad del 92,1% y una especificidad del 97,0%.