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No this is not possible. You will need to reregister the judgement in Spain.
However, with the act of reregistering judgement should be a matter of formality.
You will need to get a Spanish lawyer to register the English judgment in Spain for you and take enforcement action against the property in Spain.
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I am the Respondent in this matter. The CSA are in the process of obtaining a Charging Order. I own property in Spain. I am concerned that a Charge will be registered against the property in Spain. Is this a relatively straightforward process for them to register the English judgement?
It should be easy for them to do - yes. It's the same now in all European countries, the idea being to make enforcement in EU easier.