UK government plan to alter rules on NON-DOM status

Posted by on Oct 6, 2015 in CROSS-BORDER TAX UPDATES, PROPERTY LAW UPDATES, SUCCESSION LAW UPDATES | 0 comments

On 8 July 2015 the government announced a number of reforms to the taxation of foreign domiciled persons (‘non-doms’). These changes will affect non-doms (ie those not domiciled in the UK under general law) who are resident in the UK for lengthy periods. In addition, changes will also be made to the qualifying rules governing those who have a UK domicile at birth (known as a UK domicile of origin).

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Power of attorney for use in Italy

Posted by on Mar 30, 2014 in FAMILY LAW UPDATES, LEGAL UPDATES, PROPERTY LAW UPDATES | Comments Off on Power of attorney for use in Italy

LEGAL UPDATE by Charlotte Oliver:  A power of attorney (“procura generale” or “procura speciale”) must be drafted and signed in a valid form acceptable in Italy, in order to give the power to another person to carry out transactions such as the purchase or sale of property, to act in a succession in Italy, to deal with financial affairs and bank accounts or to set up a company. If the power of attorney is signed in Italy, the signature must be witnessed by a Notary Public. This is not always straightforward if the...

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New reporting rules for paying guests

Posted by on Aug 25, 2013 in NEWS AND EVENTS, PROPERTY LAW UPDATES | Comments Off on New reporting rules for paying guests

PROPERTY LAW UPDATE by Jenny També:     Strict rules concerning those who host paying guests were introduced in italy in January 2013.  Accommodation facilities, as well as private individuals hosting lodgers, are now required by law to communicate their guests’ details directly to the local questura. The main aim of this law (Decree of 7th January 2013 no. 19 – Disposizioni concernenti la comunicazione alle autorita’ di pubblica sicurezza dell’arrivo di persone alloggiate in strutture ricettive) is to enforce...

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