Is a barrister or solicitor required to appeal against the administrative proceedings?

In the administrative appeal (see section 4.1), it is not in any case required the intervention of a solicitor or barrister, which reduces the cost of the resource.

In the field of economic-administrative claims, the intervention of a solicitor is not necessary. However, in some exceptional cases the intervention of a solicitor is required. For your interest, we highlight two cases in which such intervention is necessary:

- When the claimant acts represented by a third party other than his legal representative. Thus, in the event that the claimant is a legal person (e.g. company), only the intervention of a solicitor will be required when the proxy is a mere representative. On the contrary, if the representative is considered as an Administrator, Manager or Director, a lawyer is not required.

- In the special remedies of review or reconsideration (see section 4.6).