"The Critical Review of Real Estate Law is one of the oldest and most prestigious journals in the legal field, founded in 1925"
The Critical Review of Real Estate Law is one of the oldest and most prestigious journals in the legal field. Founded in 1925 by Don Jerónimo González and a group of registrars linked to the General Directorate of Registries and Notaries, the Association of Property and Mercantile Registrars of Spain soon assumed its ownership, as explained in more detail in this website in the historical part. However, it retains its functional autonomy.
Its own scope was initially linked to real estate and registration law, but progressively it was covering all private, civil and commercial law and even certain matters of public law linked to the registration world, such as urban law.
Regular contributors to the magazine are law professors, lawyers, notaries, and property and commercial registrars.
The magazine is governed by the principles contained in the Code of Good Practices inspired by the Cope Guide, which you can consult at this link
Consult all the members of the Board of Review of Real Estate Law by clicking on the following link.