Hello Gerrit,That's all it takes?
I guess though that there must be more to it, for example meeting minutes at least X times per year to be submitted, insight in bookkeeping (although the non-profit I am wanting to set up would be working on virtually no costs or an extremely low budget), membership criteria or any sort of manifest that has to be registered, ... ???
If my Spanish were better (or my Catalan) I would have googled it myself, unfortunately I would not be able to translate a legal text with specific terminology correctly. I guess checking with the ayuntament is a good idea.
PS: imagine a non profit cannot continue functioning, who pays off the debts? This is one thing to ALWAYS check. A friend of mine wanted to found a non profit and was already signing papers without realising he would be the one who would be paying off debts for years if things go wrong. I don't know if he did anything with the warning and obviously one should not found any organisation with the belief things will go wrong in the end, if you found something you gotta do it with the belief it will be a success.
Totally agree, the ayuntamiento or a gestor will help Its always a good idea to seek professional advice too. From what I read, I understand that you may be liable shall your asociation get into debts.