Jaume Puigderrajols i Arqueros

Associate and Head of Procedural Department in commercial and banking areas.

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Areas of Activity

  • Civil Law
  • Procedural Law
  • Commercial Law
  • Banking Law
  • Real Estate Law

Professional Experience

Real Estate and Registry Law
Highly knowledgeable on this speciality with intervention in judicial and registry proceedings on the inscription of properties, ownership and territorial proceedings, resumption of an interrupted train of succession, demarcations,etc. with the aim of bringing actual details into agreement with the details of the Land Registry or of rectifying imprecisions; proceedings for the upkeep of urban planning regulations and town-planning.

Intervention before courts as defence counsel for the interests of various banking entities who have contracted services with Digestum Legal.

Defence counsel for the interests of a company dealing with insurance of commercial loss rates who have been clients of Digestum Legal for more than twenty years.

Experience in numerous proceedings in defence of the firm’s clients which are related to claims for payment and the diverse complexity of commercial relationships between supplier and customer.
A specialist and head of command in the firm on proceedings related to assigning civil liability against receivers for company debt.

Real Estate and Registry Law

Highly knowledgeable on this speciality with intervention in judicial and registry proceedings on the inscription of properties, ownership and territorial proceedings, resumption of an interrupted train of succession, demarcations,etc. with the aim of bringing actual details into agreement with the details of the Land Registry or of rectifying imprecisions; proceedings for the upkeep of urban planning regulations and town-planning.

Academic Qualifications

  • Graduate of Law from the University of Barcelona
  • Specialised qualification in Catalan Civil Law
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