An intense productivity in the normative that will lengthen the legislature through the Permanent Deputation, that will have to validate these norms that, until then, will come into force and will prevent the groups from introducing changes and amendments requesting their processing as a bill. Only the decree of labor equality that applies from this Wednesday will cost 610 million this year – that only for the equalization of paternity and maternity leave until 2021 amounts to 1,266 million. And the new rental law that will enter next Sunday will leave a paradox in its wake: in the little more than two months that we have of the year, three different laws will have been applied in the contracts, a symptom of the legal insecurity that the market warns. On the horn, the Council of Ministers yesterday approved the reform of the rental law, after last-minute negotiations between Blank November 2019 calendar and the Government. The decree will be published today in the BOE and will take effect tomorrow, Sunday: since then it will affect the new contracts that are signed. The norm finally rules out regulating the rental prices as wanted the lodging, but it does limit the annual increases: they should not be linked to the CPI, but in no case can they exceed this indicator, returning to the wording of the 1994 law.
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Of course, the decree calls on the regions to make indexes of reference prices to which to link the market within eight months, but clarifies that there will be no regulation. “These indexes, nor those that the communities or municipalities can regulate or develop from them, in no case enables these administrations to establish systems of regulation of rental prices,” says the Ministry of Development. In addition, the tenant is protected further by extending the mandatory extension from 3 to 5 years – or to 7 if the landlord is a legal entity.
In addition, the costs of real estate management and formalization will face the lessor when it is a legal entity. Where the Government has finally agreed to the requests of Blank November 2019 calendar is in the chapter on penalties – instead of tax incentives – to stimulate the supply of housing. Thus, the Executive will empower the communities so that they can define the surcharge on the Real Property Tax (IBI) that the municipalities approve on the owners of vacant homes. This fiscal “punishment” was already included in the law, but in theory it would be the Government that drafted an empty housing definition to articulate the measure. The surcharge on the IBI for empty houses has existed since 2002 and some consistories have applied it for years, such as Barcelona or Seville.