Spanish Constitution of 1978 (annotated)/Additional Provisions
Historic rights of some regions2, 9.1, 147, Trans. Prov. 4 CThe Constitution protects and respects the historic rights of the territories with traditional charters (fueros). The general updating of historic rights shall be carried out, where appropriate, within the framework of the Constitution and of the Statutes of Autonomy.
Majority of age not to affect special traditional rights12, 149.1, 1 and 3 CThe provision of section 12 of this Constitution regarding the coming of age, shall not be prejudicial to cases in which traditional charters are applicable within the sphere of private law.
Special financial and tax system of the Canary Islands138.1, 148.1.3, 149.1.13 and 14 CAny change in the financial and tax system of the Canary Islands shall require a previous report from the Self-governing Community or, as the case may be, from the provisional self-government body.
Autonomous Communities with more than one High Regional Court117, 122, 152.1 CIn Self-governing Communities where more than one Court of Appeal (Audiencia Territorial) holds jurisdiction, the Statutes of Autonomy may maintain the existing Courts and share out jurisdiction among them, provided this is done in accordance with the provisions of the Organic Act on the Judicial Power and in conformity with the unity and independence of the latter.