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Communione Ordinaria

Post by Angela Fuller on Thu Aug 28, 2014 5:11 am

Posting this on behalf of a friend.

Does anyone understand the full meaning of Communione Ordinaria when buying a property......Thanks in adance for any advice.
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Re: Communione Ordinaria

Post by modicasa on Thu Aug 28, 2014 8:59 am

I suspect it means that the property is held in communion of goods between a husband and wife, but have to say its not something ive seen myself.  Can you give the context?

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Re: Communione Ordinaria

Post by stevegwmonkseaton on Thu Aug 28, 2014 9:35 am

Had a quick look at our buying papers, but they are images, so can't search. Can't see "Communione Ordinaria", we bought joint and this may be a reference to this "tra loro coniugati in regime di comunione legale dei bene". Of which we were giving the English translation as "married to each other in joint financial status" . There is many a google result for this wording, but a number seem to indicate it does precede the main context as I think Modi is saying.

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Re: Communione Ordinaria

Post by Angela Fuller on Thu Aug 28, 2014 9:53 am

Thx for that Steve and Modicasa, I was asking on behalf of a friend and do not know all the details.....other than they were not married when they bought their property and have not married...
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Re: Communione Ordinaria

Post by modicasa on Thu Aug 28, 2014 10:02 am

communion of goods is translation of coniugati in commione dei bene - the default status depending where you got married and what your nationality is.  Im assuming that this is what is meant by comunioni ordinaria as there is an 'elective communion of goods' too...

But it could also refer to an access road, a water cistern......

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Re: Communione Ordinaria

Post by The Original Relaxed on Thu Aug 28, 2014 12:33 pm

I've found a bit about communione ordinaria, here http://www.altalex.com/index.php?idnot=12866

(2nd paragraph talks about it, and distinguishes it from communione legale.)

Possibly the (unmarried) couple purchased 'jointly'', and thus the phrase enters the conveyance - is there a percentage mentioned? Likely will be 50% or 1/2.
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Re: Communione Ordinaria

Post by modicasa on Fri Aug 29, 2014 4:37 am

La comunione ordinaria, invece, è un istituto che opera su un piano statico, in quanto attiene a diritti, che fanno già parte di un determinato patrimonio e si costituisce mediante un atto negoziale come un contratto o un testamento.


In fact - comunione ordinaria is the share of a 'bene' owned that is bought or inherited.   Simple eh?  

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