Retention Of Title Agreement Italiano

“In the case of a tempered purchase with a retention of title, the buyer takes ownership of the case by paying the last instalment of the price, but bears the risks associated with the business upon delivery.” 9 In accordance with Article 1524(1) of this Code, retention of title vis-à-vis the buyer`s creditors is applicable only if it is provided for in writing in a document of a specified date prior to any seizure proceedings. Paragraphs 2 and 3 of this Article govern the means of applying this clause in respect of third-party purchasers, either where the object of the sale is machinery with a value of more than ITL 30,000 (approximately EUR 16) or where the sale relates to movable property entered in a public register. It is apparent from recitals 15 and 19 that this is the case, in particular, as regards the various procedures for the enforcement of an enforceable title, the conditions under which the enforcement of such a title may be suspended or suspended and the manner in which contracts are concluded. “Failure of a State – Directive 2000/35/EC – Article 4, paragraph 1 – Retention of title – Enforcement” Following the success of previous editions, ICC is pleased to present the third edition of retention of title: a practical ICC guide to legislation in 37 countries, a collection of entries written by local experts on retention-of-title rules in their respective jurisdictions. . . .

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