As an experienced lawyer, I would like to assist you in the complex terrain of real estate law in Italy, particularly in the beautiful province of South Tyrol, Lake Garda and its surroundings, as well as in the rest of the country. Our goal is to provide you with comprehensive legal advice.
Occasionally there are clients who wish to sell a property directly; of course, the firm has a network of proven real estate agents to turn to.
Here are some important legal issues to keep in mind for real estate transactions in Italy:
- contract review and drafting: before embarking on a real estate purchase and sale, a thorough review of the purchase contract is essential. We assist you in drafting the contract and ensure that your interests are properly considered.
- Due Diligence: a careful examination of the property is essential to identify potential legal risks. We perform a comprehensive analysis to ensure that all relevant legal aspects are considered.
- succession law issues: in Italy, succession law issues play an important role, especially when dealing with real estate. We offer professional advice on succession issues and help to avoid potential complications.
- tax aspects: the tax implications of buying property in Italy are many. We inform you about all relevant tax issues and help you fulfill your tax obligations.
- cross-border transactions: if you are a foreign who wants to invest in South Tyrol or Italy in general, there are cross-border legal issues to consider. Our expertise extends beyond national borders to provide you with comprehensive advice.
- local laws and regulations: South Tyrol has specific local laws, its own urbanization and its own well-functioning cadastral system.
All of this must be taken into consideration when purchasing property. We know the local conditions well and can support you with our experience.
We understand that buying or selling property in a foreign country can be a challenging task. Rely on our legal expertise to ensure that your real estate transaction in Italy goes smoothly and is legally safe. Contact us to learn more about how we can help you.
Your lawyer for real estate law in Italy,
Lawyer Thomas Brenner