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Parliamentary questions
20 June 2017
E-004104-17
Question for written answer
to the Commission
Rule 130
Daniel Hannan (ECR)

 Subject:  Capital gains tax in Portugal
 Answer(s) 

Could the Commission please clarify whether Portuguese domestic law on capital gains tax on properties conforms with EC law?

Since the ECJ judgment in Case C-443/06, has the Portuguese Government amended the discriminatory law that taxes residents on 50% of the gain, while taxing non-residents on 100%?

Evidence suggests that the law is still in place, with EU citizens being treated as non‐residents.

Last updated: 6 July 2017Legal notice