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The Spanish National High Court has rejected the obligation of the taxpayer to prove the existence of valid economic motives when the Spanish Tax Agency has not carried out a minimum evidential investigation to justify the application of the anti-abuse provision.

According to this decision, against which an appeal may still be lodged, the Spanish
National High Court aims to overcome the doctrine established on this issue by both
the National High Court itself and by the Supreme Court.