In recent months, the discussion around the 110% Superbonus has held the ground in Italy. An opportunity to be seized, but relying on professionals in the sector, to avoid nasty surprises. To exploit all the advantages it is necessary to carry out well-defined interventions, such as the thermal insulation of the surfaces affecting the building envelope, the replacement of existing air conditioning systems or centralized systems for heating and the supply of domestic hot water , the replacement of frames and solar shading, the installation of photovoltaic systems, the installation of infrastructures for charging electric vehicles in buildings. Among the main documents to have access to this bonus, there is the cadastral survey, which contains all the information relating to the ownership status of a property or land. In detail, through a survey, it is possible to learn the municipality and province, the personal data of the owner or owners, the identification and classification data of the properties such as the urban section, the sheet, the parcel, the subordinate, the census area, the category, class, consistency, cadastral area and income.
The cadastral surveys can be drawn up by subject (therefore as a list of properties in the name of the same person) or by property (with the data of a specific property, from identification data to classification information); Furthermore, the property searches can be current (if they consider only the present data) or historical (if they also calculate past data, such as inheritance transmissions or various forms of sale). There are therefore different types, and therefore having the support of a professional in the sector becomes important to be able to extricate yourself better in the midst of all the streams of bureaucracy linked to this type of incentives.
Furthermore, the survey has a value as it has fiscal value: in this sense, it has an immediate use in the calculation of taxes, whether they are municipal or state. Specifically, thanks to the surveys it is possible to calculate the Iuc (Single Municipal Tax); consequently, it will be possible to estimate Tari (the tax on waste), Imu (Municipal Tax) and Tasi (tax on indivisible services). Even Irpef and Irpeg, therefore the income taxes linked to the cadastral income, can be calculated through the are obtainable through a cadastral survey. It can also be requested by credit institutions at the time of disbursement of a loan or, again, be used in cases of sale, exchange, donation or inheritance. As mentioned, however, the cadastral survey is crucial to having access to the Superbonus del 110% and therefore improve the energy state of a home or condominium.
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