2 last October, entered into force 39 / 2015 where it is indicated that: All the communities of owners and goods must obtain the electronic certificate for all your communications with the Administration.
The reason for this post is to remember what was outlined in the Act, I published just a year earlier, regarding electronic certificates, given the time lapse and above the obligations now come into operation time.
The important or at least the most remarkable, is the detail that makes the law regarding individuals who are required to interact with public authorities, to carry out any procedure in administrative proceedings.
So far all we knew that this obligation covering all businesses, as well, these must now be added to entities without legal personality, ie among others, the joint property, inheritance and recumbent communities of owners.
The electronic notifications will be used in preference to any other type of communication and will be made either in the electronic office or in the electronic address that is enabled for that purpose by the interested party. This mechanism is intended to increase the legal certainty of the interested parties since these measures tend to guarantee knowledge of the provision of notifications by sending notices of notification, to electronic devices and / or to the e-mail address the interested party has communicated, as well as access to their notifications through the General Electronic Access Point of the Administration that will function as a portal of entry. Do not forget that through all these mechanisms, the Administration ensures that notifications are received and must also see, case by case, if by the passage of time (as happens with the Treasury), the interested party will be notified as all the effects
In short, at the next meeting of "ladder" remember appoint a co-owner to be in charge of getting the electronic certificate to be able to communicate with the Administrations.
Or, better yet, ask the administrator of the estate if they want to represent, moved to neighborhood meetings are planned this fall.
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