Traditionally, there are only set, limited ways of dealing with property, under Italian law. Property rights and contracts are restricted by law to what is expressly regulated by and available under current legislation. Until recently, [...]
The Italian Parliament recently passed new legislation for the protection of disabled children. With the newly introduced, formal contract of “Affidamento fiduciario ” parents are in a position to set up a trust, fully effective [...]
“Legge di stabilita` 2016 ” is the new Italian budget. It came into force on the 1st January 2016 after protracted political negotiations. As for similar earlier legislation, it is made up of just one [...]
Trusts were unknown in Italy, until a few years ago. Italy being a Civil Law country, totally ignored Trusts as developed in Common Law jurisdictions. Following the introduction of The Hague “Convention on the law applicable [...]
New legislation on Italian wills and international succession – why you should revise your Italian will.
A raft of recent legislation has introduced several changes to the established rules on Italian succession. Completely new rules apply to successions with an international element, following the coming into force of an EU Regulation [...]
Legislation issued in September 2014, currently in force and yet to be confirmed by the Italian Parliament, has introduced a new way of buying a property in Italy. “Rent to Buy” agreements or more specifically [...]