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Italian Inheritance Law Regulation

Italian Inheritance principle

The law no. 218 of the 31st of May 1995 regulates the field of Italian inheritance law in the framework of international private law.Italian Inheritance

The succession rules are determined on the basis of the national law of where the decedent was deemed habitually resident at the time of death.

Italian Inheritance legislation adopts the principle of “unity of inheritance”. This principle differs substantially from the one adopted in common law countries. It is based on a division between non-property assets and property assets: (more…)

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What is the role of Italian Probate Solicitors?

Italian probate solicitorsThe role of Italian Probate Solicitors

Italian probate solicitors assist with the execution of a Will and the legal procedures of Italian inheritance issues. Engaging the services of a competent and knowledgeable lawyer simplifies the administration of an estate.

Having an independent lawyer will assist with collecting all the documentation relating to property, assets and or land. It speeds up the identification and location of the beneficiaries entitled to the estate of the deceased. (more…)

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The Law of Economic Relationship between Foreign Married Couples Resident in Italy

Foreign Married Couples Resident in ItalyThis article deals with the issue of the choice of law ruling the economic relationship between foreign married couples resident in Italy.

Matrimonial regime in Italy, “Regime patrimoniale coniugale” in Italian, is governed by Italian Civil Code. Italian law no. 218 of the 1995 amendment reforming international private law, determines applicable law.

Concerning the economic relationship between married couples, if they have the same nationality, the national law of the two partners will be enforced. (more…)

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Italian Attorney. Role and competences

The steps of an Italian Attorney’s legal careerItalian Attorney

The path to a legal career to become an Italian Attorney involves several years of study and internships.

Future lawyers first need to complete a Bachelor’s Degree in law, (Laurea in Scienze Giuridiche), which takes three years. To proceed along the path towards practising law, students require a two-year post-graduate degree (Laurea Specialistica in Giurisprudenza) or, a further five-year Master’s Degree (Laurea a ciclo unico Magistrale in Giurisprudenza). (more…)

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Partition of The Estate: how does it work?

Partition of The EstatePartition of the estate

Should there be more than one heir nominated in a Will or in accordance with Italian law, a condition of joint-ownership of rights and duties concerning the inheritance is established among the co-heirs.

A testator’s estate is composed of assets and real rights: the co-heirs receive the estate in proportion to their inheritance quota, either as apportioned in the testator’s Will or in accordance with the law –  and, in the same proportion, they acquire any credits due and take on all the debts of the testator. (more…)

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How and why drafting an Italian Will

Generally speaking, Italy recognises the validity of international Wills.Italian Will However, it is advisable for foreign nationals with assets in Italy to draft an Italian Will.

The main advantages to having an Italian Will are: (more…)

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A deceased relative of mine owned Italian assets. How should I proceed?

Italian assetsWe received this question from a reader wondering how to proceed with Italian assets. We hope that you find our answer helpful. If you have any queries related to Italian property or inheritance law, please send your questions to us. We are here to help.

You may also find our Guide to Italian Inheritance a useful resource. (more…)

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Legal Requirements for Preliminary Contracts in Off-Plan Transactions

The legislative decree 122/2005 introduced very strict requirements for preliminary contracts concerning investments in off-plan properties in Italy.Off-Plan

Following art.6 of the above mentioned legislative decree, the preliminary contract should also contain:

– A full description of the parties.

-Identification details of the property, including the cadastral reference of the plot (more…)

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Off-plan property in Italy – Where do you stand legally?

Another post about this very important issue. Use our useful search tool to find our other articles on off-plan property purchases.

Investing off-plan is where a purchaser makes a commitment to buy a property from a developer that has not yet been built or is in the process of being built.

This type of investment hides any number of risks, the major one being that if the builder is declared bankrupt, then the buyer may well be out of pocket. (more…)

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Tips for Purchasing Off-Plan Properties in Italy

Off-Plan Properties in ItalyThis article and tips were provided, by De Tullio Law Firm, to the British Consulate in 2011. Although the article pertains to a Calabrian case, information is relevant to all off-plan properties in Italy, wherever they are located.

If you are looking for additional information about off-plan properties purchases in Italy, you will find another blog post here about your legal position regarding delivery delays. (more…)

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