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    Could some advise on what does the Impuesto sobre bienes Inmuebles tax (ibi bill ) contribute to in spain, I know it is a local tax but what services`s does it cover?

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    Dear Sir,

    Welcome to the belegal forum.

    The IBI is a local tax, equivalent to the UK council tax . Its payment is compulsory and related to the property itself, regardless of its ownership.

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    Patricia Martin
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    Is it possible to pay this tax if your house, it has the first occupation certificate, isn't on the escritora?

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    Hello Maggie,

    The IBI is the local tax in relation to the town hall services ( rubbish collection, etc ) so it is compulsory. In the event the Town Hall has issued it for the related property, you have the obligation to pay it.

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    Last edited by Patricia; 04-02-2012 at 01:11 PM.
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