Further legislation regarding termination and renewal of lease agreements by Italian public entities

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In December 2013, law decree No. 151 of 30 December 2013 ("Decree No. 151")

introduced further changes regarding the right of certain Italian public entity tenants to terminate and renew their real estate leases.

Decree No. 151 follows certain provisions introduced earlier in 2013 in response to criticism that some public entities are paying too much for their real estate and, in certain cases, are renting in the private sector even though suitable real estate assets owned by the Italian state are available.

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Topics:  EU, Leases, Public Entities

Published In: Administrative Agency Updates, General Business Updates, Commercial Real Estate Updates

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