Catalonia again leads the ranking of evictions by autonomy, and the community has usually held this position for several years. In the first quarter of the year, there were 2,410 evictions in Catalonia, representing 21.8% of the total number of evictions in the state as a whole, according to official figures released this Monday by the General Council of the Judiciary (CGPJ). of which there were 11,072.
According to these data, the second community that suffered the most evictions was the Valencian community, with a total of 1863 people, followed by Andalusia (1858) and Madrid (1005). Catalonia has an average of one eviction every 55 minutes. In Spain overall, three out of four launches were the result of procedures stemming from the Lease of Towns Act (LAU) and 24.9% were due to foreclosure.
The total number of evictions across Spain was very similar to 2021, with a slight increase of 1% compared to the same period last year. In addition, according to court data, launches generated by foreclosure increased by 8.1% compared to the same quarter in 2021, however launches generated by the City Lease Act decreased by 3.1%. Those that originated from other causes increased by 25.6 percent.
In terms of modality of eviction due to non-payment of rent, Catalonia has been ranked first since 1702, followed by Andalusia (1224), the Valencian Community (1054) and Madrid (869). On the other hand, in foreclosure cases, the Valencian Community leads the classification with a total of 741, followed by Andalusia (508), Catalonia (435) and Murcia (192).
CGPJ also offers occupancy data through data on oral lawsuits for illegal occupation of homes, which reached a total of 740 in the first quarter of 2022, down 6% from the previous year. Andalusia was the community with the highest number of registered professions (173 claims), followed by Catalonia (162) and the Valencian Community (91).
Demands for dismissal fell by 12.6%
The CGPJ report also focuses on the number of dismissal lawsuits and competitions, both from non-entrepreneurs and commercial entities. According to this data, 30,126 layoffs were filed in the first quarter of 2022, down 12.6% from the same quarter in 2021. 5714 people, Andalusia – 4580 people and the Valencian Community – 3309 people.
In addition, the number of quantitative lawsuits filed in labor courts, 31,990, was 6.9% lower than in the first quarter of 2021. Of these, 5,949 were filed in Madrid (18.6% of the total). ; 5280 people in Andalusia and 3831 people in Catalonia. ERE also fell statewide, notably 28.1% year-over-year.
Bankruptcy data is less optimistic for the economy as it continues to rise for the seventh consecutive quarter, according to court data, and recorded a 7.9% increase compared to data reported between January and March 2021. there were cases of non-entrepreneurial persons represented in the courts of first and first instances, as well as instructions.
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