3) What is the difference between a bailiff/Procurador and a lawyer?
In Spain, the court requires a bailiff, besides to a lawyer in a lot of judicial proceedings. For instance, most of the claims concerning amounts exceeding 2.000 euros have to be filed by both a lawyer and a bailiff to be admitted in the courts of the first instance (civil courts) in Spain.
The bailiff is in charge of submitting the writings of the court to the lawyer.
As the Notary fees, the bailiff’s fees are regulated by Law too.
Our office/law firm works with bailiffs from all regions of Spain (e.g., Catalonia, Madrid, Andalucia). We can take care of all types of judicial proceedings.
Our bailiff network permits us Piñera del Olmo Canals’ lawyers work for the whole Spanish territory.