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The following are excerpts from the article:The real estate market is still in shock.
There are still people who are still living in their houses, who are not in the market anymore.
And they still pay taxes.
They can do that in Italy.
The big difference is that this is the first time in history that the Italian authorities have been accused of doing this.
The association has paid a €2.5 billion penalty, the largest penalty ever levied in a tax case, and the country’s top tax authority has been forced to investigate the real estate agent.
This has made headlines across Italy and Europe, as many people in Italy are in the middle of a financial crisis and are worried about the future.
The tax authorities said the real-estate agent, Roberto Pero, did not have enough tax authorities to do the work.
Pero did not answer questions on Thursday about the case, as he was supposed to.
However, Pero’s lawyer, Marco Magliano, said Pero had done nothing wrong and said he was the victim of a “political witch hunt”.
The tax tribunal said Perot had paid no tax on €3.6 billion in profit.
In total, the tax authority said Perottos business earned €3,700 per week, an amount of almost $5,000.
That is more than 10 times what the owner paid in taxes, according to a tax expert, Giuseppe Di Maio, who has been doing tax research for the tax authorities.
The real-tor said the agent, who is also a real estate broker, was doing work that is not legal and the authorities were trying to stop him from doing it, Magliani said.
The agent, whose real-name is Stefano, said the tax tribunal had told him that it was necessary to prove that he was doing his job properly, according in an interview with The Associated Press.
He added that he had never been charged with any wrongdoing and had never done anything illegal.
Pero said in the interview that he didn’t know about the tax case and had not received any notice of the tribunal’s decision.
He said he will appeal the verdict and will file a complaint with the tax office.
He said he had already filed an appeal to the tribunal in March and had filed a legal appeal to a higher court.
His lawyer did not respond to a request for comment on Thursday.
Magliano said Peroti’s lawyer said the case against him was based on a “gross misapplication of the law” and that the tribunal had never heard about the investigation.
Magliano said Perote was only involved in real-tourism.
The tax tribunal was “wasting taxpayers’ money”, he said.
Italian President Giorgio Napolitano on Thursday accused Perot of having been involved in illegal activity.
Napolitino also said he wants the country to pay a $1.5-billion fine to Perot.
The fine will be paid by the tax agency that had levied the fine.
The Italian government has already paid the fine to Italy.
Napolitano also accused Perote of trying to evade the taxman by using a shell company in a city in Italy’s northeast called Campania.
The company, called Cima, was set up in 2010 by Perot and the other owner, Giampiero Gotti, according the prosecutor general’s office.
It has since been seized by authorities.
Gotti and Perot were sentenced in April to two years in prison.
The trial heard that the realtor had been involved with the real property development in Campania, and that his son, who also runs a real-ty company in Campani, also owned real-property there.
The prosecutors also accused Gotti and Gotti’s son of illegally buying land for a company in Cima in 2012.
Gelli told reporters after the trial that Perot has a history of corruption and “he has a problem with money”.
He said the “siege of Campania is over”.
He also said Perotti is a “terrible person”.
A spokesman for the Tax Authority, Andrea Della Fatti, said in an email that Perott’s “work” was not illegal and that he paid taxes to the tax police.
He also said that the Tax Tribunal was not involved in the case and that it had never considered it a case of tax evasion.
The Tax Authority said Perotta was the only one who was accused of tax fraud.
The agency said Peroton had received a letter from the Tax Agency asking him to provide documents to prove his compliance with tax laws.
The letter was dated April 30, 2014.
Perotti, a former president of Italy’s governing coalition