Immovable property under domestic law, EU law and tax treaties

Guglielmo Maisto (Editor)

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Immovable Property under Domestic Law, EU Law and Tax Treaties, comprising the proceedings and working documents of an annual seminar held in Milan in November 2014, provides a thorough analysis of the taxation of immovable properties. The analysis starts from a survey of the concept of “immovable property” in common and civil law jurisdictions and then considers how different approaches affected the taxation of income deriving therefrom. EU tax law issues are then taken into consideration, both from an income tax and VAT viewpoint. In particular, the income tax analysis provides an extensive examination of how taxation of immovable property applied by EU Member States may affect fundamental freedoms. The book then moves to selected tax treaty issues. In particular, the analysis examines: (i) the relationships between tax treaty law and national law; (ii) the interaction between articles 6, 7 and 21 of the OECD Model Convention; and (iii) the concept of “enterprise” in the context of article 6 of the OECD Model Convention and its possible implications. Finally, the evolution of article 6 of the OECD Model Convention with respect to income from agriculture, forestry and mining is reviewed. Individual country surveys provide in-depth analyses of the above concepts and issues from a national viewpoint in selected European and North American jurisdictions, as well as in Australia. As a presentation of a unique and detailed insight into the taxation of immovable properties in both domestic and international contexts, this book is an essential reference source for international tax practitioners.
Lingua originaleEnglish
EditoreInternational Bureau of Fiscal Documentation
Numero di pagine601
ISBN (stampa)9789087223274
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2015


  • immovable property
  • tax treaty


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