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2) contratto preliminare (preliminary contract): will be registered at the tax office at the same conditions above.
The presence of a notary is not mandatory for the contratto preliminare.
3) rogito – atto di vendita (deed of sale): will be registered at the Conservatoria by the notary
It is also possible to skip the preliminary contract.
Floor plan (piantina catastale): if it doesn’t correspond a new one has to be drawn up by a building surveyor and registered at the land registry
Cadastral survey (Visura catastale)
Conservatoria survey (property title and mortgage registry)
Nota trascrizione (Note of transcription) of the property title
Mortgage survey (Ipoteca): Although a mortgage has been paid entirely, the note needs to be cancelled by a notary at the Conservatoria. (So there might be a note of a mortgage that just needs to be cancelled)
(Documentation of Condono (Amnesty for infringement of local building regulations))
Energy certificate (Certificato energetico)
Gains arising from the sale of a property may be subject to Capital Gains Tax if you sell a property within five years. In this case the tax is charged at a rate of 20%.
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