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Juridique - 04.2016
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Préemption Commerciale : opportunités et précautions à prendre   

Régi par le Code de l’urbanisme, le droit de préemption urbain permet à une collectivité territoriale de se substituer à l’acquéreur lors de la vente de biens, sachant que seuls les biens immobiliers sont visés, les biens et droits mobiliers, comme les...

Juridique - 12.2015
Barometre-du-cout-fiscal-immobilier-2015

Baromètre du coût fiscal immobilier 2015  

Le coût total d’exploitation de l’immobilier – qui représente en moyenne 20% des charges d’une entreprise, à hauteur de 5% du chiffre d’affaires – est en augmentation constante chaque année. Cela résulte autant de la hausse des coûts d’occupation (loyer...

Juridique - 10.2015
Property-tax-policy-update-october-2015

Property tax & policy update - October 2015  

In the run up to May’s General Election the highest profile policies affecting housing tended to be those promoted by the Labour and Lib Dem parties in particular the proposed “Mansion Tax” and promised reforms to rules governing private tenancies. When...

Juridique - 06.2014
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Le foncier du Grand Paris : comment le mobiliser ?   

La feuille de route du groupe de travail sur le foncier du Grand Paris mis en place par l’ORF parle de « l’action foncière à conduire pour mettre en oeuvre le projet du Grand Paris ». Encore faut-il savoir de quel Grand Paris on parle : entre le démarrage...

Juridique - 12.2013
Asia-pacific-law-firm-preview-2013

Asia-Pacific law firm preview - 2013  

With Asia Pacific continuing to be the growth engine of the world economy, it is no surprise that many international law firms are enlarging their footprints across the region. The increasing opportunities in various types of law practice have been met...

Juridique - PWC - 07.2013
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France - Real Estate Going Global  

A foreign corporate investor may invest in French property directly or through a local (e.g. a société à responsabilité limitée [SARL], a société anonyme (SA) or a société par actions simplifée [SAS]) or non-resident company, or through a partnership...

Juridique - PWC - 07.2013
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Luxembourg - Real Estate Going Global   

Luxembourg has been a favoured place for real estate ownership structuring for nearly two decades. The main principles of Luxembourg tax law are an important factor in allowing investors to structure real estate investments or reorganisations in the most...

Juridique - PWC - 07.2013
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Malaysia - Real Estate Going Global   

The coordination and regulation of the acquisitions of assets, including real property, by foreign interests, is undertaken by the Foreign Investment Committee (FIC) in the Prime Minister’s department through the issuance of guidelines. Compliance with...

Juridique - PWC - 07.2013
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Sweden - Real Estate Going Global   

A foreign corporate investor may invest in Swedish property directly or through a local company (i.e. aktiebolag, or AB), a non-resident company, or through a partnership (i.e. handelsbolag/kommanditbolag, or HB/KB). Foreign investors frequently invest...

Juridique - PWC - 07.2013
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Switzerland - Real Estate Going Global   

A foreign investor is allowed to invest into Swiss real estate property directly or through a local or a non-resident company if such property is used for permanent business purposes. Restrictions apply for Swiss residential properties. Real estate funds...

Juridique - PWC - 07.2013
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Armenia - Real Estate Going Global   

Armenia encourages foreign trade and investment, and the laws allow foreigners to purchase businesses and property, repatriate revenue and profits, and receive compensation if property is nationalised. Armenia is a relatively easy country in which to...

Juridique - PWC - 07.2013
Acorrigerargentinarealestategoingglobal

Argentina - Real Estate Going Global   

A foreign investor may invest in Argentine property directly or through a local corporation (sociedades anónimas), a local limited liability corporation (sociedad de responsabilidad limitada) or trusts. At the national level, real estate rental income...

Juridique - PWC - 07.2013
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Uzbekistan - Real Estate Going Global   

The rapid changes that have taken place in the economic and legal environment in Uzbekistan since independence have led to profound developments in the real estate market. Yet, at the same time, vestiges of the previous system do remain, providing formidable...

Juridique - PWC - 07.2013
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Vietnam - Real Estate Going Global   

All land in the country belongs to the people and, consequently, the state. There is no private ownership of land. Individuals and organisations may only be granted land use rights. Foreign investors may access land under various forms to develop a real...

Juridique - PWC - 07.2013
Acorrigerarubarealestategoingglobal

Aruba - Real Estate Going Global   

A foreign corporate investor may invest in an Aruba property directly or through a local (e.g. a limited liability company [naamloze vennootschap or N.V.] or private limited liability company [vennootschap met beperkte aansprakelijkheid or V.B.V.] or...

Juridique - PWC - 07.2013
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Australia - Real Estate Going Global  

Non-residents may invest in Australian property by direct ownership of the property from offshore, or through interposed companies, partnerships or unit trusts (either resident or non-resident). Many investments in Australian commercial property by non...

Juridique - PWC - 07.2013
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Austria - Real Estate Going Global   

A foreign individual or corporate investor may invest in Austrian property directly or through a local company, such as an Aktiengesellschaft (AG) or Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung (GmbH) or a partnership. Generally, in Austria, income earned from...

Juridique - PWC - 07.2013
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Belarus - Real Estate Going Global   

Belarus is steadily trying to be more open for foreign investments and makes all possible steps in order to attract foreign investors to the national market. Although certain restrictions are imposed on foreign individuals and companies, there is still...

Juridique - PWC - 07.2013
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Belgium - Real Estate Going Global   

A foreign corporate investor can invest in Belgian property through a local or a non-resident company, or through a partnership. Foreign investors usually invest in Belgian real estate through a property company, which allows more flexibility upon exit...

Juridique - PWC - 07.2013
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Brazil - Real Estate Going Global   

Non-residents may invest in property through direct ownership from abroad, or through resident companies or partnerships. The acquisition of real property by foreign individuals or companies follows the same procedures imposed on Brazilian citizens. Therefore...