Legal advice in Portugal

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Rules for using community swimming pools in Portugal

Anyone who has a shared swimming pool for all the people in their apartment building in Portugal knows what a delight it can be to cool off in the summertime, but you have to bear in mind that there are certain precautions to take and rules to follow.
Here's what you should do if your neighbour is harassing you or playing loud music / Gtres

What to do when your neighbours harass you

It's not always easy for neighbours to live together, especially if you live in an apartment building or block of flats. Be it loud music, construction work, or noisy animals... there are those who have difficulties in complying with the rules of good neighbourliness.
The Portuguese government will be issuing new tax numbers in June or July of this year

New Portuguese NIF tax numbers to start with 3

The new Portuguese Citizen Numbers (Números de Identificação Fiscal or NIF) will start with the number 3, the government has announced, with the change expected to take place in June or July 2019.

Pay your IMI tax in Portugal in one lump sum in May

This year there are new deadlines for paying the Portuguese Municipal Property Tax (Imposto Municipal sobre os Imóveis or IMI) bill. For the first time, homeowners will be able to pay the tax all at once in one lump sum in May, even if the value of the first instalment is more than 100 euro.
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What you need to know if you want to retire in Portugal

Portugal attracts a lot of foreigners thanks to its mild climate, beautiful coastlines and very cost-efficient real estate market. There’s also great variety when it comes to location since you can live in a small village, in a big city or by the sea.
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