The Associations

The administrative agents are members of their local Associations, whose mission is to represent the professionals before the Public Administrations and other organizations established within their territory.

The professional associations must regulate, in the areas of their competence, the professional activity of their members, ensuring the ethics of the profession and the professional dignity, as well as the due respect for the rights of individuals and anybody who requires his services, exercising disciplinary powers within the professional and organisational fields.

The veracity of the membership of an administrative agent may be verified before the relevant Association to ascertain their actual professional status.

In addition, these bodies are also responsible for the maintaining of the relationship with all the administrative and governmental authorities with jurisdiction within their territorial scope, without prejudice to the coordination with the General Council and the Councils of Regional Associations.

They also guarantee the compliance with professional standards; ensure that the prestige in the profession is maintained; organize common activities and services of interest to collegiate members, bringing legal actions against those who illicitly exercise before the Public Administrations those professional functions entrusted to administrative agents. Likewise, they also monitor the compliance by the members of their obligations vis-à-vis the association.

On the other hand, they organize and manage the channelling of procedures through the association, exclusively for the streamlining thereof and upon request of the Administration, without prejudice to free competition; this requires the approval of the General Meeting, in the manner and subject to the requirements set forth in the Internal Regulations of each Association.

In particular, the Professional Associations can request from the competent bodies the implementation in public offices of the measures required to allow the members to develop their work with the utmost agility and efficiency.

Associations of Administrative Agents and their Territorial Scope

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Association Territorial Scope Address Web
Albacete Albacete 44 Tinte 02002 ALBACETE
Alicante Alicante 18 García Morato 03004 ALICANTE
Aragón y La Rioja La Rioja, Huesca, Teruel y Zaragoza local 4 Madre Sacramento 50004 ZARAGOZA
Asturias Asturias 2 Santa Eulalia de Mérida 33006 OVIEDO
Baleares Baleares 1st A 12 Parelladas 07003 PALMA DE MALLORCA
Cantabria Cantabria 2nd 11 Burgos 39008 SANTANDER
Castilla y León Burgos, León, Palencia, Salamanca, Soria, Valladolid y Zamora 3rd 13 Plaza. España 47001 VALLADOLID
Cataluña Barcelona, Gerona y Lérida 6th c 6 Plaza de Urquinaona 08010 BARCELONA
Extremadura Badajoz y Cáceres 2nd 4 Gómez Becerra 10001 CÁCERES
Galicia La Coruña, Lugo, Orense y Pontevedra 1st 2 Durán Lóriga 15003 LA CORUÑA
Granada, Almería y Jaén Granada, Almería y Jaén 30 Frailes 18005 GRANADA
Las Palmas Las Palmas 2nd 20 León y Castillo 20 35003 LAS PALMAS DE GRAN CANARIA
Madrid Ávila, Ciudad Real, Cuenca, Guadalajara, Madrid, Segovia 3 Jacometrezo 28013 MADRID
Málaga Málaga y Melilla 5 Babel 29006 MÁLAGA
Murcia Murcia 6 Vinader 30004 MURCIA
Navarra Navarra local 21, bajo 16 Esquiroz 31007 NAVARRA
País Vasco Álava, Guipúzcoa y Vizcaya
Santa Cruz de Tenerife Santa Cruz de Tenerife 2nd 71 Puerta Canseco 38003 SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE
Sevilla Cádiz, Córdoba, Huelva, Sevilla y Ceuta 9 Miguel de Mañara 41004 SEVILLA
Tarragona Tarragona 5th 5 Augusto 43003 TARRAGONA
Toledo Toledo 6-bajo Loc. 4 Avda. Plaza de Toros 45003 TOLEDO
Valencia Castellón y Valencia 1 Poeta Quintana 46003 VALENCIA