"A European dictum has considered the Spanish eviction law as abusive. It believes that it does not protect the citizen following the abusive clauses in the mortgages. The European norm demands ‘that the consumer has an access to an efficient legal appeal’.
Spanish Law does not allow the halting of an eviction invoking an abusive clause, but the question should be solved in another court after the eviction has taken place. In this context some judges are looking for legislation to avoid evictions, while they denounce usury, and abuse and unjust enrichment by the banks."