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Being fully aware that laws and procedures are completely different from one country to another, we understand that foreign clients may have specific questions before or after the signing of a contract.

In addition, our international department is dedicated to assisting foreigners in their first contact with the French legal system.

Maître Alexandra ETASSE, in charge of the law office’s International Department, is a certified specialist of Private International Law. 

Alexandra ETASSE, in charge of the law firm's International Department, is a certified specialist of Private International Law Her dual training and professional experience, both [...]
In France, Notaires have exclusive authority for preparing and drafting  deeds of sale. Once you have chosen a property and agreed on the purchase price, you will typically be ask[...]
The international department of ETASSE et Associes can assist its clients with incorporating a company ETASSE et Associés assists its clients with incorporating companies, particul[...]
Whether you are non-residents, or French nationals abroad, or even living in a cross-border situation, Alexandra Etasse, in charge of the International Department of ETASSE et Asso[...]
  - the deed of ownership - a copy of the identity card or of the passport of each vendor - a copy of the condominium rules and regulations and of all amendments thereto - the [...]
Generally, the preliminary agreement provides for approximately three months between the signing of the preliminary agreement and the signing of the deed of sale. During this perio[...]
The system of “protected sector” (“secteur sauvegardé “) of sales in a future state of completion concerns sales bearing on premises to be used principally for residential purposes[...]
The lender's preferential right is a security interest on the property. This security is unknown in most States. In an international context the PPD cannot always be used. The v[...]
This situation is very frequent. However, it can present a number of risks: the risk of being in the obligation to buy whereas the sale of the flat has not yet taken place and the [...]
A non-resident may sell real estate property situated in France. In principle these disposals are subject to tax in France. However, certain provisions can limit or eliminate this [...]
If the transferor is not resident in the EEA, and if the sale price of the real estate property exceeds EUR 150,000, a tax representative must be appointed, unless the property sol[...]
          The application of social charges to capital gains realised by non-residents is currently the subject of a procedure against the French State. The French Council of State[...]