November 2012 sees the first Week on the subject of Donations with the Notaries of Emilia Romagna



A series of public meetings held in the various Notarial Districts of the Region to illustrate the new Citizens’ Guide produced by the National Council of Notaries in collaboration with Consumer Associations.

“Informed Donations. Disposing of One’s Assets Safely” is the title of the Citizens’ Guide produced by the National Council of Notaries in collaboration with Consumer Associations. It was presented on 6, 7 and 8 November 2012 in the main cities of Emilia-Romagna at a series of public meetings organised by the various Notarial Districts and sponsored by local councils. More specifically: Bologna, Ferrara and Modena (6 November); Cesena, Parma, Faenza and Reggio Emilia (7 November); Piacenza (8 November).

The question of donations is very current. Following the introduction of the IMU property tax, many citizens are stipulating this type of deed in order to benefit from the facilitations available on one’s primary residence. But is this always the right choice? Notaries and representatives of Consumer Associations were called upon to reflect on an issue that is of growing interest to Italian families, i.e. the use of donations as a means of getting through the crisis and its consequences, ensuring economic security for the new generations.

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