The consumer organization Facua has labeled as "correct" the government's decision to change the law so that it is the bank and not the client who pays the tax on legal acts documented (AJD) on a mortgage, although he has asked for it to be guaranteed an "absolute shield" of the legislation.
"We are concerned about how the legal modification is carried out," said Ruben Sanchez, spokesperson for Facua-Consumidores en Acción, who has defended the need to guarantee an "absolute shielding" of the mortgage tax legislation "to prevent the bank can knock it down with a resource. "
Regardless of the decision announced today by the President of the Government, Pedro Sanchez, the consumer organization has called on citizens to mobilize next Saturday and go to the meetings called before the doors of the courts to denounce the "aberration which, he stressed, we have been object at a legal level.
Rubén Sánchez has asked for the resignation of the president of the Supreme Court, Carlos Lesmes, and the president of the Contentious Administrative Chamber, Luis María Díez-Picazo, for the "serious damage" he believes they have done to the courts.
"And, if they do not resign, we ask that they be dismissed by the Congress" of the Deputies, has claimed.