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Preliminary Contract of Sale and Definitive Sale of Immovable Property in Italy


Added By :Francesco Misuraca, Category: Contract Law, Article Id : 2529, Added On 09/09/2020, Views: 123

In Italy there are two main steps in purchase of a property: preliminary sale and definitive sale. As per Italian Civil Code the Preliminary Contract has binding effects, in fact, though property sale is not complete by a Compromesso, it forces the parties to complete a final Sale Contract (the Rogito). The Preliminary Contract (Contratto Preliminare or Compromesso) If the seller accepts the Read More..

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Responsibility for Defects and/or Variations in Construction Works in Italy


Added By :Francesco Misuraca, Category: Contract Law, Article Id : 2530, Added On 09/09/2020, Views: 0

Under Italian law, if there are visible defects, the client should not accept the works otherwise he will lose the right to his guarantee. In order to formally contest the works the buyer shall have to notify the contractor through a formal letter of default. In case of construction works, the contractor is responsible for defects and unauthorized variation of works. Under Italian law, if th Read More..