With the entry into force of Law 4/2013 of 4 June 2003, the regulations were regulated so that the landlord of a property can recover the dwelling.
Art. 9, point 3 states:
“The obligatory extension of the contract will not be applicable if, after the end of the first year of the contract, the landlord informs the tenant that he or she needs the rented dwelling in order to use it as a permanent dwelling for himself or her first-degree relatives or by adoption or for his or her spouse in the event of a final sentence of separation, divorce or nullity of marriage. Such communication must be made to the tenant at least two months before the date on which the dwelling will be needed and the tenant is obliged to deliver the rented property within this period if the parties do not reach a different agreement.
If, three months after the end of the contract or, where appropriate, the cash eviction from the dwelling, the landlord or his first-degree relatives had not proceeded or by adoption or his spouse in the event of a final sentence of separation, divorce or nullity of marriage to occupy it per se, depending on the case, the tenant may choose, within thirty days, to be replaced in use and