National Energy Commission
Law 32/2006, 18 October, regulating the subcontracting in the Sector of the construction surely is of interest for companies in the construction sector reform undertaken in this law.The previous regulation established that for a company to intervene in the process of subcontracting in the construction sector needs fulfill a series of requirements, one of which is to be registered in the register of companies accredited. The novelty lies in the registration should be performed ex officio by the labor competent authority, taking into account the Declaration of the employer. On the other hand this law already established a series of limits for companies that are usually dedicated to be subcontracted in this sector, by imposing these condition that in a series of deadlines have a minimum of permanent workers. The reform of this law puts in the same place associated labour cooperatives, since workers partners shall be computed similarly to workers employed on terms to be determined by regulation. Law 54/1997 of 27 November, the electricity sector this Act has undergone a few modifications that further, detailed corporations access to supply such a service. To be able to carry out this task must meet the following requirements regulated in article 44 of law 54/1997 of 27 November, the electricity sector: communicate to the competent authority and, in any case, to the Ministry of industry, tourism and trade, which it shall turn to the National Energy Commission, the start of your activity and the cessation of the sameaccompanying the communication of a responsible Declaration regarding compliance with the requirements referred to in point (b)). The communication shall specify the territorial area in which they go to develop the activity. Comply with the requirements established by regulation, among which include the sufficient technical capacity of the applicant. In any case, in order to acquire electrical energy in order to provide them to their customers, the marketing companies referred to in this paragraph shall submit to the system operator and, if necessary, market operator and enterprises distributors, guarantees that may be established by regulation.