Along its 7.500 kilometres of coastline, Italy boasts more than 12,000 beach concessions Following protracted debate, the Italian government will now apply EU competition laws to Italian beach concessions. The Italian government approved a bill in November 2021, which aims to improve competition in the Italian goods and services markets – this includes Italy’s beach […]
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What is an Italian tax code (codice fiscale)? The Italian tax code or codice fiscale is an alphanumeric 16 character code generated on the basis of your personal information. An Italian tax code is similar to a National Insurance number in the UK or Social Security number in the USA. It uniquely identifies individuals for Italian […]
Unauthorised construction in Italy is not uncommon Unauthorised construction in Italy is a common issue that you might have encountered if you have bought, or are in the process of buying, an Italian property. What constitutes unauthorised construction in Italy? In general terms, unauthorised construction occurs when someone makes changes to a property without obtaining legally […]
Unable to travel to Italy? Do you need to set up a procura? Do you need to deal with Italian legal matters but you cannot travel to Italy in person? The solution may be to confer a Power of Attorney. This is known as a procura in Italian. How does an Italian procura work? A […]
How can you ensure official documents are recognised abroad? If a document is intended for use in another country, you may require a formal recognition in the form of an apostille. The procedure is generally described as a “legalisation” although it is sometimes referred to as “consularisation”. In order to use an official document overseas, […]
Visa requirements for UK nationals post-Brexit UK nationals are now subject to immigration requirements in Italy. If you stay in Italy for more than 90 days within any 180 day period, you will need a visa. Becoming a permanent Italian resident post Brexit Since January 1st, 2021, if you wish to become resident in Italy, […]
Buying a historic property in Italy? Italy is rich in artistic and cultural heritage. In fact, the UNESCO committee has declared Italy the country with the most world heritage sites. These cultural heritage sites comprise cities, towns, and real estate. View the full list of world heritage sites in Italy at UNESCO. If you are considering […]
What is reciprocity? Sovereign laws, set by individual countries, have always been applicable when it comes to property purchases – even prior to Brexit. For example, when you buy property in England, the applicable law is that of England and Wales. When you buy property in Italy, you purchase according to the laws of Italy. […]
Tempted by A Tiny House in Italy? Living in a tiny house in Italy Recently, tiny houses, also known as mini houses, have been appearing on the Italian property market. Purchasing or building a tiny house in Italy may represent an affordable, energy saving and eco-sustainable way of owning property. However, there are legal aspects […]
Avoid common mistakes when buying a property to renovate in Italy Buying a property to renovate in Italy is a common scenario. It is also a common scenario for these projects to end in heartache. At De Tullio Law Firm we often don’t meet these buyers until after they have purchased a property. They have usually […]
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