Christos Iliopoulos

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Extension for filing deeds with Land Registry in Greece

The Land Registry or Cadester (Κτηματολόγιο) of Greece has started its exclusive operation in many areas of the country, and the process is already underway in several towns and villages. …

Dialogue

Own or claim property in Greece?

Like most western, free-economy countries in the world, which recognise and protect private property, Greece keeps records and deeds of all real estate transactions in the local land registry where …

Dialogue

Wise to accept an inheritance in Greece now

The inheritance tax in Greece for the immediate family members is relatively low. For the spouse, the children, the grandchildren and the parents of the deceased, the tax – free …

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Zero or low inheritance tax for the immediate family in Greece

Taxes have gone up for the average Greek in the last decade, due to the economic and social crisis. Inheritance taxes, however, have dropped significantly since 2010, mainly for the …

Dialogue

Legalising property before selling it in Greece

When it comes to real estate in Greece, no transaction can take place unless a civil engineer issues a certificate that the property does not have illegal constructions or parts. …

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Planning ahead for Greek citizenship

You are of Greek origin and you are thinking of pursuing, at some point in time, Greek citizenship. You know that you base your claim on one or more ancestors, …

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How a foreign company buys property in Greece

Lawyer Christos Iliopoulos outlines how a foreign company without prior business activity in Greece can purchase property.

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Buying an apartment, house, or plot in Greece?

Attorney Christos Iliopoulos gives tips on how to navigate the property market in Greece.

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A foreign will drafted for assets in Greece

Attorney Christos Iliopoulos on how to ensure your will is valid in Greece.

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A marriage certificate for Greek citizenship

The role of a marriage certificate in obtaining a Greek passport.