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Brexit: what will be the tax treatment of real estate capital gains made in France by British residents ?

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At midnight on January 31 2020, the United Kingdom officially withdrew from the European Union. A transition period has therefore begun and should continue until December 31 2020 in order to draw the future relationship between the United Kingdom and Europe. It is only at the end of this transition period that European Union law […]

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The French notary’s role

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Investment in France by a non-resident Real estate investment in France, particularly on the Riviera, is historically and economically very attractive: solid values, profitability, political and economic stability. Values are particularly strong in prestigious areas sought after by overseas clients: Close and around the Principality of Monaco, Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, Beaulieu sur Mer, Villefranche […]

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What is a notary?

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The term “Notary” refers to a public officer who is responsible for the authenticity of the acts they compose. A liberal professional who completes multiple assignments. In such, they play the role of council to businesses and individuals: they give out advice in order to better protect the interests of these different actors in various […]

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