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Chiomenti Studio Legale | Italy | 25 Aug 2022

Tax Controversy in Italy

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Chiomenti Studio Legale | Italy | 25 Aug 2022

The Real Estate M&A and Private Equity Review: Italy

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Chiomenti Studio Legale | Italy | 4 Aug 2022

Transfer Pricing in Italy

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Chiomenti Studio Legale and EPRA | 29 Jun 2022

The Real Estate Investment Structure Taxation Review: Editors' Preface

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Chiomenti Studio Legale | Italy | 28 Jun 2022

The Real Estate Investment Structure Taxation Review: Italy

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The Real Estate Investment Structure Taxation Review

Editors: Giuseppe Andrea Giannantonio and Tobias Steinmann

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The Real Estate Investment Structure Taxation Review is a useful guide for those investors willing to invest in real estate properties located in Europe. It provides a comparative illustration of the possible alternatives for the establishment of investment platforms in Europe and investment vehicles at a local level. Each country-specific chapter provides insights from leading experts on key tax considerations and investment opportunities based on the relevant national legislation.

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Chiomenti Studio Legale | Italy | 23 Feb 2022

The Real Estate Law Review: Italy

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Chiomenti Studio Legale | European Union, Italy | 11 Jun 2019

Italian tax authority's clarifications on tax monitoring obligations

On 29 May 2019, the Italian tax authority issued Ruling No. 53/E (hereinafter, the "Ruling") providing for certain clarifications on the fulfillment…
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Chiomenti Studio Legale | European Union, Italy | 28 May 2019

Newsalert - EU Commission approves prolongation of Italian guarantee scheme for NPLs

On 27 May 2019, the European Commission has approved the third prolongation of the Italian guarantee scheme to facilitate the securitisation of NPLs…
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Chiomenti Studio Legale | Italy | 3 Oct 2012

The Supreme Court recognizes a right to memory on the Internet

For almost fifty years, our system recognizes and protects the “right to be forgotten”, i.e. the right not to review news that was published and that could damage the honor or reputation of a person, without the occurrence of new events to justify a renewed interest in the news in question.
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