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Selling gifted or inherited property

Posted by on Apr 25, 2022 in LEGAL UPDATES

When the ownership of an Italian property has passed by way of an inheritance (eredità), or has been transferred between generations by a gift (donazione), this may create an obstacle to the future sale, in particular if less than 20 years has passed from the inheritance or gift. A seller may find there is increased scrutiny of the property history by the...

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THE SPID CHALLENGE

Posted by on Mar 26, 2022 in LEGAL UPDATES

The SPID (sistema pubblica di identità digitale) is a set of secure credentials issued to an individual who has been formally identified. Being asked to provide a SPID is becoming as common as having to show an ID card or codice fiscale in Italy. The SPID is not obligatory, but since October 2021 is essential in order to access government departments and...

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INCAPACITY AND ITALIAN LAW

Posted by on Mar 23, 2022 in LEGAL UPDATES

This firm assists the families of elderly relatives who live in Italy, often where the elderly person has worked for many years and retired here, but now live alone. The elderly person may have close relatives who live abroad and cannot provide day-to-day assistance. In some cases they may be estranged from those relatives or even have no next of kin...

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Carta di soggiorno for British citizens in Italy

Posted by on Mar 18, 2022 in IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY LAW UPDATE, LEGAL UPDATES

Since January 2021 a residence permit in a plastic card format (“carta di soggiorno“) has been available to British nationals and their family members who were resident in Italy pre-Brexit, ie on or before 31st December 2020. By “resident in Italy” we mean that a person’s name and address is registered with the Anagrafe office...

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