Abusive veranda and superbonus

Abusive veranda against Superbonus 110%

You cannot take advantage of the tax relief provided by the Superbonus 100% in the presence of a abusive veranda.

The veranda is a terrace or balcony closed with a frame that can be made of steel, aluminum or wood, equipped with any windows, for which the release of the permission to build, because it involves a planovolumetric and architectural modification of the apartment.

A abusive veranda is considered a primary offense as a consequence of the volumetric expansion produced, which can be regularized with a procedure of building amnesty o di removal. Law no. 126/2020 states that the certified technicians’ declarations relating to the legitimate status of multi-family buildings and the checks made by the one-stop shop only concern the common parts of the buildings subject to the building interventions.

Therefore, the asseverations on building regularity will refer to the parts such as facades and common places, on which the works are planned. This means that any abusive loggias or verandas do not allow the application of the Superbonus 110%.
The presence of an abusive, illicit, dissimilar or irregular building poses serious problems in presenting a building practice.

Tax incentives cannot be requested for buildings with illegal building works, unless a specific legislative measure of amnesty or amnesty is introduced.Moreover, a veranda cannot go beyond the limits outlined by the perimeter of any balcony above, because would violate the legal distances referred to in Articles 905 and 907 of the civil code.
The presence of abusive artifacts of any nature or entity are harmful in terms of healthiness and of safety of places.

The presence of a abusive veranda places critical issues of a hygienic, sanitary, aero-lighting, anti-seismic, structural nature, of distances between buildings, of landscape constraints, of elevation, of decoration, obstacles for zones A and historical centers, all these aspects that negatively affect the Superbonus 100%.

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