De Tullio Law Firm and the New York Times
De Tullio Law Firm‘s second contribution for the New York Times
One year after our first contribution for the New York Times, De Tullio Law Firm was interviewed for the second time to provide, once again, potential investors in Italy with useful guidelines regarding the buying basics of the Italian conveyancing process.
This time, the article is focused on the Riviera Ligure, one of the most sought-after places of the Italian country, but the legal information provided herein are extended to the whole Italian territory.
The article includes critical information, such as Italian Notary‘s fees (Italian Notaio’s fees), legal fees and Italian property taxes.
“Buying basics in the Italian Riviera
There are no restrictions on most foreigners buying real estate in Italy, said Giandomenico De Tullio, a managing partner at the De Tullio Law Firm, which has offices in Italy and Britain. (more…)