Article 30.7 of Law 39/2015, of 1 October, on the Public Administration's Common Administrative Procedures, states that the General State Administration, subject to the official business calendar, shall establish the calendar for non-working days for the purposes of calculating deadlines within its respective scope. Moreover, article 30.2 of the aforementioned law now excludes Saturdays from the calculation of deadlines.
In compliance with the provisions of the aforementioned articles, the calendar of
non-working days for 2019, is available for consultation, as is the calendar of
non-working days for 2020.
Article 31.2 of
Law 39/2015, of 1 October, on the Public Administration's Common Administrative Procedures states that the electronic registry of each Administration or Body shall, for the purposes of calculating deadlines, be governed by the official date and time of the electronic office through which it is accessed, which must have the security measures needed to ensure its integrity and must be accessible and visible..
Furthermore, article 6.2 j) of
Royal Decree 1671/2009, of 6 November, which partially implements Law 11/2007, of 22 June, on citizens' electronic access to public services, establishes that electronic offices shall indicate the official date and time for the purposes set out in the above paragraph.
Lastly, article 15.2 of
Royal Decree 4/2010, of 8 January, regulating the National Interoperability System in the scope of Electronic Administration, states that the date and time shall be synchronised with the Royal Institute and Observatory of the Navy, in accordance with the provisions on the legal time in Royal Decree 1308/1992, of 23 October.