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Live your Italian dream. Avoid pitfalls and unpleasant surprises.

We are an experienced team of fluently English speaking real estate lawyers based in Italy and serving clients all over the globe. We are ready to assist you when buying or conveyancing property in Italy.

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Italian Real Estate Law Made Easy


Italian Real Estate Law

At first glance, a real estate transaction in Italy may seem simple and clean but that is rarely the case. Real estate law in Italy is something that no one should attempt without proper legal advice. Before making an offer or signing a contract or even if an issue occurs, consult a professional lawyer who can protect you.


Common italian real estate dispute scenarios include:

Invoicing disputes

Builder issues

Buyer/seller contract breaches

Construction issues

General breach of contract and professional misrepresentation

We are an award-winning boutique law firm specializing in international real estate transactions in Italy. With our five offices in Italy - Rome, Palermo, Milan, Ostuni, Castellammare del Golfo - we cover the whole country, and over the years we have served clients all over the globe.


We can assist in all phases and steps you need to follow and we ensure your transaction is processed smoothly and according to Italian law.


I highly suggest Manlio and the c_legal team to anyone who is looking for a group of professionals within the Italian Real Estate industry. As an international investor and entrepreneur I can say that finding knowledgeable and helpful people is not always easy, but Manlio and c_legal are great people you can trust for your transactions, consultancy and even after purchase.
5 Stars well deserved! Bravo

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Our Approach


Find out the steps you must go through to buy your dream property in Italy.

  1. Liaise with an estate agent to seek a suitable property for sale in Italy;

  2. Undertake due diligence on the seller and its Italian property to ascertain that no troubles are behind the corner;

  3. Make a non-binding purchase offer to the seller;

  4. Negotiate, draft, and finalize a preliminary contract of sale;

  5. Formalize the purchase with a deed of sale which will be signed off in front of an Italian notary

Of course, upon your specific circumstances, you will likely have to take further actions. For example, you may require somebody else to represent yourself in from of the notary.

We can assist you remotely, quickly and at prices you can afford to ensure your transaction is processed smoothly and according to Italian law. Get in touch with no obligation.

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