Real estate 2018-02-18T12:37:28+00:00

Farms for sale in Italy – legal services

Alt = farms for sale in ItalyFor foreign buyers looking for farms for sale in Italy, the purchasing process can be more complex than usual. The language as well as a different legal and tax system, may appear difficult in understanding. This especially for those who lack of solid expertise or background in Italian law. Here’s how we can help you.

We stand out for assisting both individual and companies throughout the acquisition process of farms for sale in Italy

As Italian real estate lawyers, we have an in-depth understanding of the Italian property market. Though a bespoke legal assistance, we may guide you throughout the acquisition process of an Italian farm house. On the other hand, we’re are also able to defend and represent you in front of all Italian Courts.

According to your needs, we research suitable farms for sale in Italy and therefore negotiate, draft, and execute the deed of sale for you. We also carry out any due diligence activities in order to avoid potential pitfalls.

In particular, we work on your behalf conducting all of the relevant checks in order to ensure that your interests are protected. These checks, as an example, cover the following areas:

  • mortgages (ipoteca), liens or third-party rights on the property;
  • property details as recorded in the Italian public registry;
  • planning permissions;
  • owner’s title and consistency with public record;
  • Seller’s right and power to sell the property.

Our services

No matters if you’re searching on google for farms in Italy for sale or a luxury Italian property, you still need a lawyer to avoid issues. This especially if you are a non-EU citizen as some limitations with regard to the duration of your stay in Italy throughout the year may always arise.

We have wide experience in Italian real estate matters and can help you at any stage of the acquisition process.

In particular, we’re able to:

  • Negotiate the price the property.
  • Draft a Formal Offer (Reservation Offer) and deal with the seller.
  • Obtain a tax code tax identification code named Codice Fiscale. It is required by law to purchase any properties in Italy.
  • Negotiate, draft and review the Preliminary contract of sale named contratto preliminare di compravendita.
  • Represent you at the Italian public notary’s office.
  • assist you in opening an Italian bank account;
  • Liaise with estate agents, developers, lawyers (if the Seller has instructed lawyers), the notary, tax office, public property registers.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries. We look forward to hearing from you soon.


We’re here to help answer your questions. Italian matters can be complicated, our experts are on hand to help inform you of every aspect regarding your topic. We take great pride in using our expertise for you and look forward to hearing from you.