The Tax Collection Disputes department is highly specialized in advising and defending clients on tax collection matters. The department’s team boasts proven experience on legal issues in relation to which our clients have obtained jurisprudential rulings that have innovated the law and strengthened taxpayer protection in tax collection proceedings. We defend taxpayers against the Revenue Agency – Collection (ADER) and private municipal collection agencies. We advise clients on their rights in the tax collection phase and, if appropriate, defend them in disputes before the first and second degree tax courts, civil judges and the Court of Cassation.

We also assist companies with taxation resulting from M&A (mergers and acquisitions) operations, creation of databases, taking care of tax due diligence.

The main activities of the team

Our activities include among others:

  • defense of the taxpayer in recovery actions undertaken by collection agencies;
  • legal actions aimed at obtaining the cancellation or recovery of undue taxes, penalties and interest requested by collection agents;
  • legal actions against mortgages and other illegitimate forms of enforcement adopted by the collection agent, including taking control of assets or direct debt collection.
Other team activities

We also advise companies on the taxation deriving from M&A operations (mergers and acquisitions), creation of databases, taking care of tax due diligence.

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Other practices
We provide consultancy and assistance with business crisis in order to resolve disputes and mitigate the impact of a business crisis or tax debt. LEXIA's team protects the client's interests, ensure compliance with relevant laws, and work towards favorable resolutions to address financial difficulties.
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We advise our clients on tax issues connected with their business projects and work together with the LEXIA teams advising on corporate and financial law.
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We provide consultancy and assistance in all phases of the tax assessment procedure for both the Revenue Agency and the Customs and Monopolies Agency as well as in matters of local taxes and quasi-tax duties.
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