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Legal advice about selling a company Luberon

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Jean-Marc CURVAT

Lawyer - Partner A tax lawyer dealing with French and international tax matters since 1993. Post Graduate in tax law - Lyon III Law Faculty Languages : French and English
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Fiscalist Graduated from Lyon III University - Master 2 Droit et ingénierie fiscale Languages : French and English
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The French law firm CM Tax is specialized in tax and real estate advice. Our lawyers offer their services everywhere in France. Contact us for legal advice.
If you're looking for a French law firm to get legal advice from a professional, contact CM Tax; this company offers high-quality tax and legal advice for private individuals and firms, please contact us for more information.

Legal advice for real estate Luberon

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You would like to buy or sell a property in France and are looking for a French real estate advisor? CM Tax is a company specialized in legal and tax assistance for real estate. Located in Lyon, this law firm offers its services to individuals and professionals throughout France. 

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Latest assignements :

Assistance in regularizing the tax position of several clients holding non declared bank accounts outside of France Real estate transaction : Membership of Marché Immobilier des Avocats - M.I.A. (Real estate market for lawyers) Claims and tax reliefs in relation to social contributions wrongly paid by non residents (de Ruyter case)