Contribution for rent reduction, keep an eye on the dates

Contribution for rent reduction: in which cases are you entitled? Article 9-quater of the Legislative Decree n. 137/2020, the so-called Refreshments Decree, establishes that for the year 2021, to the lessor of a property for residential use, located in a …

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in 2021 calls down by 13.4% compared to 2020

14/01/2022 – In 2021 the calls for design tenders decreased by 13.4% in value compared to 2020. In general, notes the Association of Engineering, Architecture and Technical-Economic Consultancy Organizations, there is it was a reduction in the market due to …

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Ricardo Bofill, master of postmodernism, died

He died on Friday, January 14, 2022 Ricardo Bofill, at the age of 82 years old made last December. The Spanish architect was considered one of the greatest representatives of post-modern. His architectures are distinguished by the use of classical …

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a record year in the luxury segment

More than 2.5 million BMW units were sold globally in 2021 (2,521,525 to be precise), an increase of 9.1% over the previous year. If only electric vehicles are counted, this peak reaches over 50%, reaching 103,855 units. Data from the …

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this prototype does 6,200 km per liter

Think of an ultra-efficient car: how many miles could it go on a liter of petrol? Maybe 40, or even 50? Already very high values ​​compared to what we are used to, but if you look at the prototypes the …

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Raccoon: appearance and characteristics of the raccoon

L’raccoon or raccoon it’s a small to medium sized omnivorous mammal belonging to the Procyonidae family. The Procyon lotor is native to North America and has become famous partly for his appearance, due to the black mask on his muzzle, …

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Omicron has also penetrated Beijing… olympic emergency

On the 4th of next month, ahead of the opening of the Beijing Winter Olympics, the first case of Omicron mutation was detected in Beijing, where the new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) had maintained ‘0 new cases’. In Japan, the number …

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