People take loans to meet different financial needs such as debt consolidation, paying medical bills, and improving a business. These loans are usually accompanied by collateral, which can be forfeited if they cannot repay the loan. Sadly, some borrowers end up facing worse circumstances like loss of a job, overextended credits, substantial medical bills, or marriage issues, which affect their ability to pay the borrowed funds. To protect their property and get their debts discharged, most borrowers file for bankruptcy proceedings. However, bankruptcy is a stressful process that needs careful considerations. And many times, it requires the help of experts.
Not everyone wants to spend too much money on a brand new car and hence turns to buy an already used car. This can be a great idea since, if you are careful and smart about it, you can find a pretty sweet deal. But that being said, if you don’t do a background check, you could find yourself in a situation where the car you bought wasn’t worth what you’ve paid at all. So, to prevent that from happening, in this article, we are going to explain how to do a thorough background check.
In Part 1 we discussed the requirements for application to be a Portuguese citizen. We will now continue to analyse the requirements, which involves having sufficient knowledge of the Portuguese language.
You are residing in Portugal and wish to know how to apply for Portuguese Citizenship. Here´s how (Part I).
As a result from the changes introduced in 2018 these are the current requirements to acquire Portuguese citizenship by naturalization by those residing in Portugal.
What will be the implications for the right of residence of United Kingdom citizens residing in Portugal in the midst of Brexit and the UK withdrawal agreement from the European Union?
Let’s say that we expected to find ourselves in better circumstances. These are difficult times during which we write to you. Times of pandemic that holds some in their homes and pushes others for action in a risky scenario, limiting our freedom and, mainly, the comfort of the predictability of tomorrow.
Many UK residents who own a property in Portugal will have received their Portuguese council property tax forms, with no opportunity to visit Portugal and pay it. So, how can you pay the invoice?
The National Road Safety Authority (ANSR) launches a campaign - 'New signs, greater safety' - which comes into force on April 20, 2020. It promotes the awareness to changes to some road signs, introduced by the new Traffic Signaling Regulation (RST).
Insurance is one of those things that you never want to think about. You go in, sign a few papers, and then head home. Do you really know all the fine details of your insurance policies? Or are you just hoping that they never will occur?
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