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The Portuguese Non-habitual Resident regime

The tax regime of “non-habitual residents” was created with the intention of attracting to Portugal the so called “high net worth individuals”, pensioners and professionals of high added value activities intending to rival with some competing systems in force in … more…

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Buying a French Property: Increased Information Rights for Purchasers?

If you decide to buy a property in France, as a potential purchaser, you could be worried with the quantity and quality of the information provided regarding your dream property. French law ensures full information disclosure notably by property surveyors … more…

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As an International Law Firm, our relationship with the media is critically important. We are always happy to hear from the media, especially in relation to our core sectors.

Our professional team appear on various expert panels, as industry leaders in their respective areas of expertise.

We organise various seminars and positively contribute to property exhibitions which include A Place in The Sun and Overseas Property Magazine.

For example, The Head of the North African Law Department, has contributed as a co-author of a book, relating to “French leasebacks” entitled “The French Property Secret and how it can change your life”.  To find out more about French Leasebacks, contact info@kobaltlaw.co.uk

Stefano Lucatello has appeared as a regular speaker on the panel of experts on Sky TV.

“Stefano has been a valuable guest presenter on Overseas Property TV for past three years. He has a unique ability to turn complicated legal talk into plain, understandable English. This, combined with a friendly, approachable nature and an outstanding knowledge of the legal process made him a dream to work with. Reliable, punctual and professional to the core.” 

Luisa Tramontano,
Executive Producer at Sticky Toffee Media Ltd

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The Portuguese Non-habitual Resident regime

The tax regime of “non-habitual residents” was created with the intention of attracting to Portugal the so called “high net worth individuals”, pensioners and professionals of high added value activities intending to rival with some competing systems in force in … more…

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Buying a French Property: Increased Information Rights for Purchasers?

If you decide to buy a property in France, as a potential purchaser, you could be worried with the quantity and quality of the information provided regarding your dream property. French law ensures full information disclosure notably by property surveyors … more…

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New Rights for Consumers from 1st October 2015

New Rights for Consumers from 1st October 2015 From 1st October 2015, consumers will benefit from extended legal rights when contracting with businesses. The new Consumer Rights Act 2015 (“the Act”) is intended to give greater clarity to consumers when … more…

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NEW BOOK – “Investing in Foreign Property” by Stefano Lucatello

‘Investing in Foreign Property – The Ultimate Guide to Buying Safely’ by Stefano Lucatello published on 10 September 2015 is available to buy from Amazon.

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Council Tax Surcharge on Second Homes in France

The French Tax Administration published guidelines earlier this year introducing a surcharge of 20% on the “taxe d’habitation” in areas where the supply of housing is short “zone tendues”.  The tax is aimed at reducing the number of unoccupied homes … more…

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