Welcome to the French Property Law Blog

This blog is written by John Kitching, an English Solicitor who is a specialised bilingual French Property lawyer who has an interest in all things French, including French property and international estates.

The blog posts updates of particular interest to British nationals who have property in France, those who inherit property in France, or who are buying property in France. The posts range from French tax articles to quirky French news stories, and the inevitable anecdotes of aggrieved mistresses and widows disinherited by illegitimate children...

The blog does not give legal advice. If you require French legal advice, please visit www.frenchlawconsultancy.com or email info@frenchlawconsultancy.com


Friday, 22 July 2011

French Property transfer tax increases due

John Kitching warns that Notaire fees have increased as of 23rd February 2011, and there is a further increase against French Property coming into effect from 2012. French Property Transfer tax for transfers between co-owners of French property or on for transfers of French Property on divorce is set to rise from 1.1% to 2.5% as of 1st January 2012. If you are considering a transfer, you had better act fast to avoid the increase. The rate applies as of the date of completion of the transfer deed.

For more information contact John Kitching of French Law Consultancy www.frenchlawconsultancy.com or email john@frenchlawconsultancy.com

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